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Figure 1: Clinical examples of inflammatory cutaneous lymphoid infiltrates. (a) Sharply demarcated plaques with thick scale in psoriasis; (b) erythematous scaly patches with lichenification in allergic contact dermatitis; (c) drug-induced morbilliform exanthem; (d) hypopigmented, atrophic plaques in lichen sclerosus; (e) red to golden brown macules on the lower extremities in persistent pigmented purpuric dermatitis; (f) hemorrhagic, ulcerated papules in pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta; (g) erythematous papules and nodules in persistent arthropod bite reaction; (h) atrophic plaque with adherent scale and pigmentary change in discoid lupus erythematosus; (i) subcutaneous red nodules on the face in lupus profundus

Figure 1: Clinical examples of inflammatory cutaneous lymphoid infiltrates. (a) Sharply demarcated plaques with thick scale in psoriasis; (b) erythematous scaly patches with lichenification in allergic contact dermatitis; (c) drug-induced morbilliform exanthem; (d) hypopigmented, atrophic plaques in lichen sclerosus; (e) red to golden brown macules on the lower extremities in persistent pigmented purpuric dermatitis; (f) hemorrhagic, ulcerated papules in pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta; (g) erythematous papules and nodules in persistent arthropod bite reaction; (h) atrophic plaque with adherent scale and pigmentary change in discoid lupus erythematosus; (i) subcutaneous red nodules on the face in lupus profundus