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Figure 2: (a) Dermoscopy of pityriasis rosea shows collarette white scales (black stars) at the periphery of lesion and brown dots (black arrows) with focal redness (yellow stars). Brownish-yellow background color is well appreciated. (b) Dermoscopy of acute eczema reveals brownish-yellow scales and serocrusts (black stars; “yellow clod sign”) and red dots in cluster arrangement (yellow circles). Note the pinkish-yellow background color. (c) Dermoscopy of subacute eczema shows cluster pattern of vessels (yellow circles), brownish-yellow (black stars; “yellow clod sign”) serocrusts, and white (red stars) scales and white areas (yellow stars). Note the whitish halo (black arrows) surrounding red dots and globules. Pinkish-white background is well appreciated. (d) Dermoscopy of chronic eczema shows white areas (black star) and white scales (yellow star). (e) Dermoscopy of early lesion of discoid lupus erythematosus shows perifollicular red dots (yellow arrows), follicular plugging (black arrows), white scales (black stars), and peppering brown dots (yellow circles). Note the white rosettes (black circles). Pinkish-white background color is well appreciated. (f) Dermoscopy of late stage of discoid lupus erythematosus shows diffuse white area (black stars) with dotted vessels (black circles) and telangiectasia (yellow arrows) which are in out of focus. Note the perilesional brown pigmentation (yellow stars). Whitish with blue hue in the background is well appreciated

Figure 2: (a) Dermoscopy of pityriasis rosea shows collarette white scales (black stars) at the periphery of lesion and brown dots (black arrows) with focal redness (yellow stars). Brownish-yellow background color is well appreciated. (b) Dermoscopy of acute eczema reveals brownish-yellow scales and serocrusts (black stars; “yellow clod sign”) and red dots in cluster arrangement (yellow circles). Note the pinkish-yellow background color. (c) Dermoscopy of subacute eczema shows cluster pattern of vessels (yellow circles), brownish-yellow (black stars; “yellow clod sign”) serocrusts, and white (red stars) scales and white areas (yellow stars). Note the whitish halo (black arrows) surrounding red dots and globules. Pinkish-white background is well appreciated. (d) Dermoscopy of chronic eczema shows white areas (black star) and white scales (yellow star). (e) Dermoscopy of early lesion of discoid lupus erythematosus shows perifollicular red dots (yellow arrows), follicular plugging (black arrows), white scales (black stars), and peppering brown dots (yellow circles). Note the white rosettes (black circles). Pinkish-white background color is well appreciated. (f) Dermoscopy of late stage of discoid lupus erythematosus shows diffuse white area (black stars) with dotted vessels (black circles) and telangiectasia (yellow arrows) which are in out of focus. Note the perilesional brown pigmentation (yellow stars). Whitish with blue hue in the background is well appreciated