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A 9 year old boy has had the lesions shown for several months. Which of the following histologic changes would be most likely if this lesion were biopsied?


a) Cytoid bodies & loss of adhesion to adjacent cells
b) Epidermal acanthosis with subepidermal blisters
c) Epidermal thinning with marked inflammatory dermal infiltrate
d) Marked squamous cell dysplasia with thinned stratum corneum
e) Thickened stratum corneum & epidermis & vacuolated squamous cells
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e) Thickened stratum corneum & epidermis & vacuolated squamous cells
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they appears to be warts and character of warts is : epidermal hyperplasia and presence of large intracytoplasmic, keratohyaline granules in the superficial keratinocytes. so the answer is EEE
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