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Figure 2: (a, 100×, haematoxylin and eosin [H &E]) Acanthosis of the epidermis, papillary oedema is seen. Inflammatory infiltrate seen in the dermis. (b, 100×, H &E) Dense inflammatory infiltrate, with eosinophil predominance, seen in the subcutaneous tissue; Lobular panniculitis. (c, 400×, H &E) Predominantly eosinophilic inflammatory infiltrate with plasma cells visualized on higher magnification

Figure 2: (a, 100×, haematoxylin and eosin [H &E]) Acanthosis of the epidermis, papillary oedema is seen. Inflammatory infiltrate seen in the dermis. (b, 100×, H &E) Dense inflammatory infiltrate, with eosinophil predominance, seen in the subcutaneous tissue; Lobular panniculitis. (c, 400×, H &E) Predominantly eosinophilic inflammatory infiltrate with plasma cells visualized on higher magnification