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Figure 10: Respective low (a, H and E×100) and high (b, H and E×400) power views of a verrucae vulgaris showing “church spire” like keratosis mimicking an AKV. The presence of parakeratosis or keratohyaline granules helps in differentiation. Low-power view of a characteristic predominantly endophytic (c) and exophytic pattern (d) of verrucae vulgaris (H and E×100)

Figure 10: Respective low (a, H and E×100) and high (b, H and E×400) power views of a verrucae vulgaris showing “church spire” like keratosis mimicking an AKV. The presence of parakeratosis or keratohyaline granules helps in differentiation. Low-power view of a characteristic predominantly endophytic (c) and exophytic pattern (d) of verrucae vulgaris (H and E×100)