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Figure 6: Subcutaneous Sweet syndrome: (a) Septal widening and focal lobular inflammation with relatively minimal dermal involvement (×2). (b) Close-up of an inflamed lobule showing predominance of neutrophils and a Miescher granuloma (arrow) which could easily be mistaken for an early lesion of erythema nodosum (×20)

Figure 6: Subcutaneous Sweet syndrome: (a) Septal widening and focal lobular inflammation with relatively minimal dermal involvement (×2). (b) Close-up of an inflamed lobule showing predominance of neutrophils and a Miescher granuloma (arrow) which could easily be mistaken for an early lesion of erythema nodosum (×20)