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Figure 1: (a) One erythematous, well-circumscribed, verrucous plaque on the left knee. (b) A low power pathological view of the verrucous plaque revealing verrucous epidermal hyperplasia (H and E, ×40), (c) a moderate power pathological view showing elongated rete ridges (×100), (d) a high power view showing aggregation of foamy macrophages in the dermal papillae (×400), (e) immunohistochemistry stain showing foamy macrophages positive for CD68 (×400)

Figure 1: (a) One erythematous, well-circumscribed, verrucous plaque on the left knee. (b) A low power pathological view of the verrucous plaque revealing verrucous epidermal hyperplasia (H and E, ×40), (c) a moderate power pathological view showing elongated rete ridges (×100), (d) a high power view showing aggregation of foamy macrophages in the dermal papillae (×400), (e) immunohistochemistry stain showing foamy macrophages positive for CD68 (×400)