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Figure 1: Clinical (a-c) and pathologic (d-i) presentations of our patients with extramammary Paget's disease: (a) plaque, (b) nodule, (c) patch, (d) acanthosis (H and E, ×100), (e) atrophy (H and E, ×100), (f) erosion (H and E, ×100), (g) dermal invasion (H and E, ×200), (h) involvement of eccrine glands (H and E, ×200), and (i) involvement of hair follicles (H and E, ×200).

Figure 1: Clinical (a-c) and pathologic (d-i) presentations of our patients with extramammary Paget's disease: (a) plaque, (b) nodule, (c) patch, (d) acanthosis (H and E, ×100), (e) atrophy (H and E, ×100), (f) erosion (H and E, ×100), (g) dermal invasion (H and E, ×200), (h) involvement of eccrine glands (H and E, ×200), and (i) involvement of hair follicles (H and E, ×200).