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My skin biopsy says mild perivascular lymphcytic infiltrate. mild mucopolysacharide like material in papilary dermis extending to skin. what is this?
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Dr. Joseph Easternanswered
Dermatology 46 years experience
Nonspecific.: This is a very nonspecific picture. It can be seen in many common skin conditions, such as sunburn, eczema, and medication rashes. The fact that the pathologist did not list a diagnosis indicates that the appearance is too nonspecific to pinpoint a cause, so (s)he just described what (s)he saw.
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