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Figure 4: (a) Skin biopsy from the erythrodermic rash of DRESS showing perivascular inflammatory infiltrate composed mainly of lymphocytes with a few eosinophils (H and E, ×400). (b) Skin biopsy from the erythrodermic rash of DRESS showing moderately dense perivascular inflammatory infiltrate composed mainly of lymphocytes with a few atypical lymphocytes (arrows) and occasional eosinophils (arrow head) (H and E, ×400)

Figure 4: (a) Skin biopsy from the erythrodermic rash of DRESS showing perivascular inflammatory infiltrate composed mainly of lymphocytes with a few eosinophils (H and E, ×400). (b) Skin biopsy from the erythrodermic rash of DRESS showing moderately dense perivascular inflammatory infiltrate composed mainly of lymphocytes with a few atypical lymphocytes (arrows) and occasional eosinophils (arrow head) (H and E, ×400)