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Figure 2: Histopathological evaluation of the mucocutaneous lesions (a-c) and retroperitoneal mass (d). (a) Many apoptotic cells, basal layer damage and infiltration of dermal lymphocytes; inset: also a suprabasilar cleft with acantholysis (H and E, ×200 and ×400). (b) Intercellular suprabasal deposition of IgG and (c) linear deposition of C3 along dermoepidermal junction (Direct immunofluorescence). (d) A lesion composed of bland spindle cells with high vascularity and dense inflammatory reaction rich in lymphocytes with a lesser number of plasma cells and eosinophils (see insets) (H and E, ×200 and ×400)

Figure 2: Histopathological evaluation of the mucocutaneous lesions (a-c) and retroperitoneal mass (d). (a) Many apoptotic cells, basal layer damage and infiltration of dermal lymphocytes; inset: also a suprabasilar cleft with acantholysis (H and E, ×200 and ×400). (b) Intercellular suprabasal deposition of IgG and (c) linear deposition of C3 along dermoepidermal junction (Direct immunofluorescence). (d) A lesion composed of bland spindle cells with high vascularity and dense inflammatory reaction rich in lymphocytes with a lesser number of plasma cells and eosinophils (see insets) (H and E, ×200 and ×400)