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Figure 21: Lupus vulgaris. (a) Clinically erythematous atrophic plaque with scarring extending from the left lower canthus to the cheek. (b) Dermoscopy revealing crimson-red to faint orangish background with yellowish structureless areas (black arrows), multiple linear branching vessels (white stars), and few whitish streaks (yellow diamonds). In addition, a pink scar surrounded by few brown to blue-grey pigmented globules and clods (green arrows) can be appreciated in the upper andcentral field. [DermLite II hybrid m; polarized, 10×]

Figure 21: Lupus vulgaris. (a) Clinically erythematous atrophic plaque with scarring extending from the left lower canthus to the cheek. (b) Dermoscopy revealing crimson-red to faint orangish background with yellowish structureless areas (black arrows), multiple linear branching vessels (white stars), and few whitish streaks (yellow diamonds). In addition, a pink scar surrounded by few brown to blue-grey pigmented globules and clods (green arrows) can be appreciated in the upper andcentral field. [DermLite II hybrid m; polarized, 10×]