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Figure 2: (a): Histopathological examination showing marked papillary dermal edema with upper and mid-dermal lymphomononuclear cell infiltrate (H&E, 40×). (b): Higher magnification showing papillary dermal and perivascular infiltrate, consisting of predominantly lymphocytes, very few neutrophils with few extravasated erythrocytes. No features of vasculitis seen (H&E, 400×)

Figure 2: (a): Histopathological examination showing marked papillary dermal edema with upper and mid-dermal lymphomononuclear cell infiltrate (H&E, 40×). (b): Higher magnification showing papillary dermal and perivascular infiltrate, consisting of predominantly lymphocytes, very few neutrophils with few extravasated erythrocytes. No features of vasculitis seen (H&E, 400×)