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Figure 1: Clinical appearance and histopathological findings. (a) There is one depressed, violaceous-white plaque on the left upper arm. (b) The biopsy specimen showed dermal sclerosis with homogenized thickened collagen bundles, lymphocytic infiltration, and reduced periadnexal fat. Steroid deposition (arrow) was noted in the subcutaneous layer (H and E, ×40). (c) Closer inspection showing homogenized swollen collagen bundles (H and E, ×200). (d) The presence of small-sized adipocytes and amorphous steroid deposition in the subcutaneous layer (H and E, ×200)

Figure 1: Clinical appearance and histopathological findings. (a) There is one depressed, violaceous-white plaque on the left upper arm. (b) The biopsy specimen showed dermal sclerosis with homogenized thickened collagen bundles, lymphocytic infiltration, and reduced periadnexal fat. Steroid deposition (arrow) was noted in the subcutaneous layer (H and E, ×40). (c) Closer inspection showing homogenized swollen collagen bundles (H and E, ×200). (d) The presence of small-sized adipocytes and amorphous steroid deposition in the subcutaneous layer (H and E, ×200)