Figure 6 (A) Exanthem of red macules and papules. (B) Perivascular dermatitis without epidermal changes. (C) Infiltrate of lymphocytes and few eosinophils.
Figure 7 (A) Urticarial papules on the chest, some of them excoriated. (B) Perivascular and interstitial dermatitis with tremendous edema of the papillary dermis. (C) Infiltrate of lymphocytes and extravasated erythrocytes, extensive edema of the papillary dermis may simulate a subepidermal blistering disease.
Figure 14 (A) Well-demarcated red patches in the groins show coral red fluorescence in Wood's light (inset). (B) Subtle infiltrate of lymphocytes in the dermis. (C) Corynebacterium minutissimum in the orthokeratotic cornified layer stains blue in H+E.
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