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Figure 1: Tense bullae and erosions on white glossy sclerotic LSA lesions on the abdomen (a) and genitalia (b). (c) Skin biopsy revealed a subepidermal cleft and infiltration of numerous eosinophils (H and E, ×10). (d) Close-up view of the subepidermal cleft in Figure 1c (H and E, ×200). (e) Close-up view of the upper dermis in Figure 1c (H and E, ×200). Note pronounced edema and collagen homogenization in the upper dermis. (f) Direct immunofluorescence showed linear deposits of immunoglobulin G in the basement membrane zone (×200)

Figure 1: Tense bullae and erosions on white glossy sclerotic LSA lesions on the abdomen (a) and genitalia (b). (c) Skin biopsy revealed a subepidermal cleft and infiltration of numerous eosinophils (H and E, ×10). (d) Close-up view of the subepidermal cleft in Figure 1c (H and E, ×200). (e) Close-up view of the upper dermis in Figure 1c (H and E, ×200). Note pronounced edema and collagen homogenization in the upper dermis. (f) Direct immunofluorescence showed linear deposits of immunoglobulin G in the basement membrane zone (×200)