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Figure 8: (a) Trichoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus in early lesion shows a single hair emerging in a follicular ostium (yellow arrows), trichoptilosis (red arrows), and tuft of hairs (green arrow). Note the yellowish plugs (blue arrows), perifollicular red dots (maroon arrows) with white scales. (b) Trichoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus in late lesion reveals pinkish-white background (yellow stars), thin telangiectasia (blue arrows), and interfollicular blue-gray dots (yellow arrows). White rosettes (blue circles) consisting of four white shiny globules are well appreciated. (c) Trichoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus reveals whitish-brown areas (red stars) with perifollicular (yellow arrows) and interfollicular (red arrows) blue-gray globules. Note the honeycomb pigment pattern (black stars). (d) Trichoscopy of frontal fibrosing alopecia shows loss of follicular ostia, lonely hair (yellow arrow), and mild perifollicular erythema (yellow star) (Image courtesy: Dr Yasmeen Bhat, GMC, Srinagar, India). (e) Trichoscopic image of folliculitis decalvans shows perifollicular yellowish tubular scale (red arrow), tufted hairs (yellow arrows) with perifollicular and interfollicular white scales (red stars). Note the white fibrotic bands radiating from the follicle (yellow star). Honeycomb pattern (green star) and brownish areas (blue stars) are well appreciated. (f) Trichoscopic image of pseudopelade of Brocq shows prominent honeycomb pigment pattern with loss of follicular ostia

Figure 8: (a) Trichoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus in early lesion shows a single hair emerging in a follicular ostium (yellow arrows), trichoptilosis (red arrows), and tuft of hairs (green arrow). Note the yellowish plugs (blue arrows), perifollicular red dots (maroon arrows) with white scales. (b) Trichoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus in late lesion reveals pinkish-white background (yellow stars), thin telangiectasia (blue arrows), and interfollicular blue-gray dots (yellow arrows). White rosettes (blue circles) consisting of four white shiny globules are well appreciated. (c) Trichoscopy of discoid lupus erythematosus reveals whitish-brown areas (red stars) with perifollicular (yellow arrows) and interfollicular (red arrows) blue-gray globules. Note the honeycomb pigment pattern (black stars). (d) Trichoscopy of frontal fibrosing alopecia shows loss of follicular ostia, lonely hair (yellow arrow), and mild perifollicular erythema (yellow star) (Image courtesy: Dr Yasmeen Bhat, GMC, Srinagar, India). (e) Trichoscopic image of folliculitis decalvans shows perifollicular yellowish tubular scale (red arrow), tufted hairs (yellow arrows) with perifollicular and interfollicular white scales (red stars). Note the white fibrotic bands radiating from the follicle (yellow star). Honeycomb pattern (green star) and brownish areas (blue stars) are well appreciated. (f) Trichoscopic image of pseudopelade of Brocq shows prominent honeycomb pigment pattern with loss of follicular ostia