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Figure 1 (A) Dermoscopy of Lichen Planus Pigmentosus shows reticular pattern of pigment (blue arrow), blue gray dots and globules (blue star) and brown-gray dots and globules (orange star). The dots and globules are not distributed uniformly. (Dermlite DL4, polarized, ×10); (B) Dermoscopy of Lichen Planus Pigmentosus shows brown-gray reticular pigment pattern, peri-eccrine (orange arrow) and perifollicular (red arrow) gray-brown pigmented dots, and globules (Dermlite DL4, polarized, ×10); (C): Dermoscopy of Erythema Dyschromicum Perstans shows linear distribution of blue-gray dots and globules (green arrow) (Dermlite DL4, polarized, ×10).

Figure 1 (A) Dermoscopy of Lichen Planus Pigmentosus shows reticular pattern of pigment (blue arrow), blue gray dots and globules (blue star) and brown-gray dots and globules (orange star). The dots and globules are not distributed uniformly. (Dermlite DL4, polarized, ×10); (B) Dermoscopy of Lichen Planus Pigmentosus shows brown-gray reticular pigment pattern, peri-eccrine (orange arrow) and perifollicular (red arrow) gray-brown pigmented dots, and globules (Dermlite DL4, polarized, ×10); (C): Dermoscopy of Erythema Dyschromicum Perstans shows linear distribution of blue-gray dots and globules (green arrow) (Dermlite DL4, polarized, ×10).