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Figure 4: (a) Dermoscopy of confluent reticulated papillomatosis shows sulci (yellow arrow) and gyri (black arrow) with a result of a “cerebriform” pattern (yellow box). White scales are present along the skin furrow, striae and perifollicular areas (red arrows). Broken and V-like hairs (yellow circles) are well appreciated. (b) Dermoscopy of lichen amyloidosis (to represent macular amyloidosis) shows brown pigmented globules in “hub and spoke” pattern. Note the central white (yellow arrows) or brown (black arrows) and peripheral brown dots (red arrows). (c) Dermoscopy of hyperpigmented pityriasis versicolor shows accentuated pigment network (yellow stars) and well demarcated margins with fine white scales (yellow circles). Perifollicular white areas (red arrows) and widening of skin furrows (yellow arrows) are well appreciated

Figure 4: (a) Dermoscopy of confluent reticulated papillomatosis shows sulci (yellow arrow) and gyri (black arrow) with a result of a “cerebriform” pattern (yellow box). White scales are present along the skin furrow, striae and perifollicular areas (red arrows). Broken and V-like hairs (yellow circles) are well appreciated. (b) Dermoscopy of lichen amyloidosis (to represent macular amyloidosis) shows brown pigmented globules in “hub and spoke” pattern. Note the central white (yellow arrows) or brown (black arrows) and peripheral brown dots (red arrows). (c) Dermoscopy of hyperpigmented pityriasis versicolor shows accentuated pigment network (yellow stars) and well demarcated margins with fine white scales (yellow circles). Perifollicular white areas (red arrows) and widening of skin furrows (yellow arrows) are well appreciated