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Figure 2: Histology of an erythematous plaque (a) Superficial dermal inflammatory cell infiltrate, (b) in the papillary dermis, (c) leukocytoclastic vasculitis, fibrinoid degeneration, neutrophilic infiltrate, and (d) fibrosis in the dermis, Arrows indicate extravasations of red blood cells and active leukocytoclastic vasculitis. [H and E Stain, x10 (A), x 40 (A,B,C)]

Figure 2: Histology of an erythematous plaque (a) Superficial dermal inflammatory cell infiltrate, (b) in the papillary dermis, (c) leukocytoclastic vasculitis, fibrinoid degeneration, neutrophilic infiltrate, and (d) fibrosis in the dermis, Arrows indicate extravasations of red blood cells and active leukocytoclastic vasculitis. [H and E Stain, x10 (A), x 40 (A,B,C)]