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Figure 8: Dermoscopy of pigmented basal cell carcinoma showing blue-gray ovoid globules (yellow stars) along with bluish-gray (yellow squares) and bluish-black (yellow circles) structure-less areas; focal hemorrhage (white star) and superficial white scales (black star). The bluish-gray and bluish-black colors correspond to melanin in the papillary and reticular dermis respectively (dermoscopy, ×10; H and E, ×10)

Figure 8: Dermoscopy of pigmented basal cell carcinoma showing blue-gray ovoid globules (yellow stars) along with bluish-gray (yellow squares) and bluish-black (yellow circles) structure-less areas; focal hemorrhage (white star) and superficial white scales (black star). The bluish-gray and bluish-black colors correspond to melanin in the papillary and reticular dermis respectively (dermoscopy, ×10; H and E, ×10)