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Figure 2: Low-power view showing superficial and deep perivascular inflammatory infiltrate. (H and E, ×20) (a). In the superficial dermis, interstitial extension was noted with mild erythrocyte extravasation without vasculitis (H and E, ×100) (b). Non-necrotizing granulomas were present in the deepest part of the dermis, around blood vessels, (H and E, ×100) (c). Finally, hemosiderin deposition was present, as demonstrated with Perls Prussian blue, (Prussian blue, ×200) (d)

Figure 2: Low-power view showing superficial and deep perivascular inflammatory infiltrate. (H and E, ×20) (a). In the superficial dermis, interstitial extension was noted with mild erythrocyte extravasation without vasculitis (H and E, ×100) (b). Non-necrotizing granulomas were present in the deepest part of the dermis, around blood vessels, (H and E, ×100) (c). Finally, hemosiderin deposition was present, as demonstrated with Perls Prussian blue, (Prussian blue, ×200) (d)