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Figure 5: Dermoscopic–histopathologic correlation. The yellowish-white scales on dermoscopy correspond to the compact hyperkeratosis (black stars), the white circles to acanthosis and hypergranulosis of the infundibular epithelium (red stars), the whitish structure inside the circles correspond to the dilated infundibulum with keratin plug (blue stars), and the red globules to the microhemorrhage in the keratin (black circles) (dermoscopy, original magnification ×10; hematoxylin and eosin, original magnification ×5)

Figure 5: Dermoscopic–histopathologic correlation. The yellowish-white scales on dermoscopy correspond to the compact hyperkeratosis (black stars), the white circles to acanthosis and hypergranulosis of the infundibular epithelium (red stars), the whitish structure inside the circles correspond to the dilated infundibulum with keratin plug (blue stars), and the red globules to the microhemorrhage in the keratin (black circles) (dermoscopy, original magnification ×10; hematoxylin and eosin, original magnification ×5)