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Figure 1: (a) Dermoscopy of the pubic region of the patient revealing a “miniature crab”-like light grey-brown colored pubic louse with six legs and the pubic hairs firmly grasped in its claws over the forelegs (Escope, videodermoscope, ×10, polarized). (b) Dermoscopy of a plucked pubic hair displaying a brown-colored viable nit with an operculum at one end (red arrow) (Escope, videodermoscope, ×10, polarized)

Figure 1: (a) Dermoscopy of the pubic region of the patient revealing a “miniature crab”-like light grey-brown colored pubic louse with six legs and the pubic hairs firmly grasped in its claws over the forelegs (Escope, videodermoscope, ×10, polarized). <b>(b)</b> Dermoscopy of a plucked pubic hair displaying a brown-colored viable nit with an operculum at one end (red arrow) (Escope, videodermoscope, ×10, polarized)