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Figure 1: (a) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus shows “dotted” pattern with brown (yellow arrows) and bluish-gray (red arrows) pigment globules. Brown background is well appreciated. (b) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus shows “hem-like” pattern (yellow arrows) with predominant bluish-gray globules (red arrows) with lesser brown globules (green arrows). Note the brownish background with bluish-gray hue. (c) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus shows irregularly distributed bluish-gray (red arrows) and brown pigment (yellow arrows) globules giving a “speckled” pattern. (d) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus reveals perieccrine and perifollicular positioned bluish-gray (red arrows) and brown (yellow arrows) pigment globules. Appreciate the densely packed and intensely colored globules. Note brownish-gray background and red-colored artefacts (green arrows) which appear as dotted vessels. (e) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus demonstrates “cobblestone” pattern with bluish-gray (red arrows), brown (yellow arrows), and brownish-gray (green arrows) pigment globules. (f) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus reveals bluish-gray (red arrows) and brown (yellow arrows) globules arranged in “pseudo-reticular network” pattern. Note the vascular lesion (yellow circle), not related to lichen planus pigmentosus. Brownish-gray background is well appreciated

Figure 1: (a) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus shows “dotted” pattern with brown (yellow arrows) and bluish-gray (red arrows) pigment globules. Brown background is well appreciated. (b) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus shows “hem-like” pattern (yellow arrows) with predominant bluish-gray globules (red arrows) with lesser brown globules (green arrows). Note the brownish background with bluish-gray hue. (c) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus shows irregularly distributed bluish-gray (red arrows) and brown pigment (yellow arrows) globules giving a “speckled” pattern. (d) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus reveals perieccrine and perifollicular positioned bluish-gray (red arrows) and brown (yellow arrows) pigment globules. Appreciate the densely packed and intensely colored globules. Note brownish-gray background and red-colored artefacts (green arrows) which appear as dotted vessels. (e) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus demonstrates “cobblestone” pattern with bluish-gray (red arrows), brown (yellow arrows), and brownish-gray (green arrows) pigment globules. (f) Dermoscopy of lichen planus pigmentosus reveals bluish-gray (red arrows) and brown (yellow arrows) globules arranged in “pseudo-reticular network” pattern. Note the vascular lesion (yellow circle), not related to lichen planus pigmentosus. Brownish-gray background is well appreciated