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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a and b) The infant at 4 months of age with erythema, blister formation, and erosions involving face, trunk, limbs, lips, and genitals. (c and d) Outpatient follow-up 2 weeks after discharge. (e) There is a subepidermal blister with full-thickness epidermal necrosis with separation at the dermoepidermal junction and sparse inflammatory cell infiltrate (H and E, ×100). (f) The epidermal layers show focal whole-layered necrosis and single-cell dyskeratosis (H and E, ×400)

Figure 1: (a and b) The infant at 4 months of age with erythema, blister formation, and erosions involving face, trunk, limbs, lips, and genitals. (c and d) Outpatient follow-up 2 weeks after discharge. (e) There is a subepidermal blister with full-thickness epidermal necrosis with separation at the dermoepidermal junction and sparse inflammatory cell infiltrate (H and E, ×100). (f) The epidermal layers show focal whole-layered necrosis and single-cell dyskeratosis (H and E, ×400)