hyperpigmented plaques with subcutaneous induration;
erythematous plaques with induration of the skin and subcutis;
pale indurated plaques with atrophy and sometimes ulcerobullous lesions.
Histology showed sclerodermiform changes in the deep dermis and subcutis and vasculitis in one case. Dermal lymphocytic infiltration was well pronounced in 5 cases and consisted of predominantly CD3+ T cells. Differential diagnosis from panniculitis can be difficult. Mucin deposition was established in all cases.
KeywordsCollagen Bundle Lichen Sclerosis Papillary Dermis Tissue Eosinophilia Erythematous Plaque
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