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Figure 1: Clinico-dermoscopic images of acquired unilateral nevoid telangiectasia following herpes zoster. (a) Numerous, blanching, reddish telangiectatic macules with some scars on the left side of upper chest, back, and shoulder (C4 dermatome). Note multiple moxibustion-induced scars on the left lateral neck and nucha. (b) Dermoscopy showing red arborizing and tortuous vessels with a reticulated appearance (original magnification, ×30).

Figure 1: Clinico-dermoscopic images of acquired unilateral nevoid telangiectasia following herpes zoster. (a) Numerous, blanching, reddish telangiectatic macules with some scars on the left side of upper chest, back, and shoulder (C4 dermatome). Note multiple moxibustion-induced scars on the left lateral neck and nucha. (b) Dermoscopy showing red arborizing and tortuous vessels with a reticulated appearance (original magnification, ×30).