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Figure 2: (a) Scanner view of the skin biopsy shows collagenization of the subcutaneous fat dividing it into lobules with broad collagen bands between (H and E, ×40). (b) High-power view shows the diffuse chronic inflammatory cell infiltrate composed of mainly lymphocytes, plasma cells, and few eosinophils in the thick fascia (H and E, ×400). (c) Scanner view of the muscle biopsy showing inflammatory cell infiltrates in the fascia, fat, and in the skeletal muscle bundles (H and E, ×40)

Figure 2: (a) Scanner view of the skin biopsy shows collagenization of the subcutaneous fat dividing it into lobules with broad collagen bands between (H and E, ×40). (b) High-power view shows the diffuse chronic inflammatory cell infiltrate composed of mainly lymphocytes, plasma cells, and few eosinophils in the thick fascia (H and E, ×400). (c) Scanner view of the muscle biopsy showing inflammatory cell infiltrates in the fascia, fat, and in the skeletal muscle bundles (H and E, ×40)