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Figure 1: (a) At first visit, a 15-year-old Japanese boy presented with erythema on the forehead, lower eyelids, cheeks and perioral region with a symmetrical distribution. (b) Histological findings of the lesion on the forehead showed multiple non-caseating epithelioid cell granulomas in the dermis with lymphocytes and histiocytes infiltrating into hair follicle epithelium (HandE stain, ×100). (c) Multinucleated giant cells were seen in the dermis (HandE stain, ×400). (d) Six months after the first visit, the erythema on the face had almost completely resolved

Figure 1: (a) At first visit, a 15-year-old Japanese boy presented with erythema on the forehead, lower eyelids, cheeks and perioral region with a symmetrical distribution. (b) Histological findings of the lesion on the forehead showed multiple non-caseating epithelioid cell granulomas in the dermis with lymphocytes and histiocytes infiltrating into hair follicle epithelium (HandE stain, ×100). (c) Multinucleated giant cells were seen in the dermis (HandE stain, ×400). (d) Six months after the first visit, the erythema on the face had almost completely resolved