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Figure 2: (a) Histopathology shows diffuse infiltrates of atypical lymphocytes in the dermis with extensive folliculotropism (H and E, ×40) (b) The atypical lymphocytes are intermediate with round to irregular nuclei (×400, inset × 800) (c-f) Immunohistochemistry reveals that the atypical folliculotropic lymphocytes have CD4(+), CD5(+), CD7(−) and CD8(−) immunophenotype (c: CD4, d: CD5, e: CD7, f: CD8, ×200).

Figure 2: (a) Histopathology shows diffuse infiltrates of atypical lymphocytes in the dermis with extensive folliculotropism (H and E, ×40) (b) The atypical lymphocytes are intermediate with round to irregular nuclei (×400, inset × 800) (c-f) Immunohistochemistry reveals that the atypical folliculotropic lymphocytes have CD4(+), CD5(+), CD7(−) and CD8(−) immunophenotype (c: CD4, d: CD5, e: CD7, f: CD8, ×200).