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Figure 2: (a) Panoramic view of the punch biopsy. Clear spaces seen largely in the dermal and subcutaneous tissue (H and E, ×20). (b) Close-up from the middle level-left edge. Surrounding the clear spaces, foamy histiocytes, needle-shaped spaces and inflammatory cells are seen (H and E, ×200). (c) The material filling the clear spaces is visible and has a “bubbly” appearance. A foreign body type giant cell can be noticed on the septum (H and E, ×400). (d) Inflammatory infiltrate containing foamy histiocytes and a vacuolated giant cell. Hemosiderin deposits seen on the upper left (H and E, ×400)

Figure 2: (a) Panoramic view of the punch biopsy. Clear spaces seen largely in the dermal and subcutaneous tissue (H and E, ×20). (b) Close-up from the middle level-left edge. Surrounding the clear spaces, foamy histiocytes, needle-shaped spaces and inflammatory cells are seen (H and E, ×200). (c) The material filling the clear spaces is visible and has a “bubbly” appearance. A foreign body type giant cell can be noticed on the septum (H and E, ×400). (d) Inflammatory infiltrate containing foamy histiocytes and a vacuolated giant cell. Hemosiderin deposits seen on the upper left (H and E, ×400)