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Histology (Fig. 10B):

■ Hyperkeratosis and parakeratosis

■ Epidermal hyperplasia

■ Acantholytic dyskeratosis resulting in

■ Corps grains (within cleft and parakeratotic stratum corneum)

■ Corps ronds (granular layer and upper epidermis)

■ Suprabasilar acantholysis with formation of clefts

■ Irregular upward proliferation of dermal papillae to form villi

■ Sparse lymphocytic superficial infiltrate

Immunofluorescence Studies:

Clinicopathologic Correlation:

Clinical Feature

Warty, greasy surface

Histologic Feature

Hyperkeratosis

Immunofluorescence Studies:

Clinicopathologic Correlation:

Clinical Feature

Warty, greasy surface

Histologic Feature

Hyperkeratosis

Crusted papules

Epidermal hyperplasia with

Clinical Feature

Histologic Feature

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