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Figure 1: (a) Pre-treatment image showing well-defined plaque with erosion, central crusting and haemorrhage at the left angle of the mouth. (b) Prominent granular cell layer, saw-toothing of rete ridges, band-like lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate and pigment incontinence (H and E, 10×). (c) Cornoid lamellae with absence of granular layer beneath it (H and E, 40×). (d) Post-treatment image showing improvement of the symptom but the serpiginous rim became more obvious

Figure 1: (a) Pre-treatment image showing well-defined plaque with erosion, central crusting and haemorrhage at the left angle of the mouth. (b) Prominent granular cell layer, saw-toothing of rete ridges, band-like lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate and pigment incontinence (H and E, 10×). (c) Cornoid lamellae with absence of granular layer beneath it (H and E, 40×). (d) Post-treatment image showing improvement of the symptom but the serpiginous rim became more obvious