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Figure 1: (a) Crops of yellowish or erythematous papules on the occipital scalp and nape. (b) “Coral beads”-like lesions on the proximal nail folds and swelling over the bilateral proximal interphalangeal joints. (c) Erosive bone lesion of the right second distal phalanx. (d) Accumulation of large foamy cells in the upper dermis, with some vacuolated cells in the epidermis (H and E, ×200)

Figure 1: (a) Crops of yellowish or erythematous papules on the occipital scalp and nape. (b) “Coral beads”-like lesions on the proximal nail folds and swelling over the bilateral proximal interphalangeal joints. (c) Erosive bone lesion of the right second distal phalanx. (d) Accumulation of large foamy cells in the upper dermis, with some vacuolated cells in the epidermis (H and E, ×200)