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Biopsy of a skin lesion shows marked intercellular edema that splays apart adjacent cells, leaving only thin dark lines between the cells. What is this process called?
A. Acantholysis
B. Acanthosis
C. Hyperkeratosis
D. Parakeratosis
E. Spongiosis
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