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Figure 2: Reproduced Figure 6 of the original study that was labeled “exogenous ochronosis” actually revealing (a) background of melasma with perifollicular sparing (red arrows) and solar lentigo with a moth-eaten edge (black arrow) seen as a nonuniform concave area (black outlining); (b) brown pigment granules and dots (white arrows) of melasma forming clusters (red arrow) and brown clod (green arrow); (c) and (d) melasma with perifollicular sparing (red arrows) and annular to arciform brown lesions (blue arrows). No caviar-like (typical of exogenous ochronosis) or worm-like structures appreciable

Figure 2: Reproduced Figure 6 of the original study that was labeled “exogenous ochronosis” actually revealing (a) background of melasma with perifollicular sparing (red arrows) and solar lentigo with a moth-eaten edge (black arrow) seen as a nonuniform concave area (black outlining); (b) brown pigment granules and dots (white arrows) of melasma forming clusters (red arrow) and brown clod (green arrow); (c) and (d) melasma with perifollicular sparing (red arrows) and annular to arciform brown lesions (blue arrows). No caviar-like (typical of exogenous ochronosis) or worm-like structures appreciable