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Figure 3: Dermoscopy of tinea incognito demonstrates nonfollicular (red arrows), follicular (black arrows) micropustules, brown globules (green arrows), black globules (yellow arrows), broken hairs (purple arrows), and black dots (maroon arrows). Note the less prominent erythematous background. Perifollicular white scales and translucent hairs (blue arrows) are well appreciated. Inset: clinical image

Figure 3: Dermoscopy of tinea incognito demonstrates nonfollicular (red arrows), follicular (black arrows) micropustules, brown globules (green arrows), black globules (yellow arrows), broken hairs (purple arrows), and black dots (maroon arrows). Note the less prominent erythematous background. Perifollicular white scales and translucent hairs (blue arrows) are well appreciated. Inset: clinical image