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Figure 1: (a) Case 1: A single, well-defined, annular hyperpigmented plaque of 3 cm × 2 cm size over inner side of right labium majus extending onto the clitoris and labium minus with erosions on the surface and whitish discharge. (b) Histopathology revealed full thickness dysplasia of epidermis extending into the pilosebaceous unit with pigmentary incontinence (H and E, ×100). (c) “Wind-blown” appearance of epidermis with multiple atypical keratinocytes and marked pigmentary incontinence in the dermis (H and E, ×400). (d) Postpartial vulvectomy

Figure 1: (a) Case 1: A single, well-defined, annular hyperpigmented plaque of 3 cm × 2 cm size over inner side of right labium majus extending onto the clitoris and labium minus with erosions on the surface and whitish discharge. (b) Histopathology revealed full thickness dysplasia of epidermis extending into the pilosebaceous unit with pigmentary incontinence (H and E, ×100). (c) “Wind-blown” appearance of epidermis with multiple atypical keratinocytes and marked pigmentary incontinence in the dermis (H and E, ×400). (d) Postpartial vulvectomy