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Histologic examination revealed a superficial and deep perivascular and interstitial infiltrate composed predominantly of neutrophils, eosinophils, and a few lymphocytes extending into the subcutaneous tissue. Leukocytoclasia, extravasated red blood cells, focal fibrinoid material, and neutrophilic spongiform pustule formation were present, consistent with pustular CV (Figure 3.). Neither intravascular deposits nor fungi were identified in periodic acid–Schiff with diastase-stained sections
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