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Figure 1: (a) Dermoscopy from forehead area with photomelanosis showing reticular hyperpigmentation in the interfollicular regions (white arrow) and perifollicular depigmentation (black arrows) (original magnification, ×250), (b) Repeat dermoscopy from the same area showing reduction in hyperpigmentation in the interfollicular regions (solid white arrow), leukotrichia (solid black arrow) and rarefaction and pigment reduction in other hair shafts (solid white arrow with black outline). Perifollicular depigmentation has widened (original magnification, ×250)

Figure 1: (a) Dermoscopy from forehead area with photomelanosis showing reticular hyperpigmentation in the interfollicular regions (white arrow) and perifollicular depigmentation (black arrows) (original magnification, ×250), (b) Repeat dermoscopy from the same area showing reduction in hyperpigmentation in the interfollicular regions (solid white arrow), leukotrichia (solid black arrow) and rarefaction and pigment reduction in other hair shafts (solid white arrow with black outline). Perifollicular depigmentation has widened (original magnification, ×250)