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Figure 1 (A) Schematic diagram of vitiligo showing features of BPLeFoSK criteria: (a) reverse reticular network, (b) absent reticular network, (c) reticulated pattern, (d) reduced reticular pattern, (e) well-demarcated border, (f) ill-defined border, (g) trichrome border, (h) polka dot pattern/satellite lesions, (i) perifollicular pigmentation, (j) perifollicular depigmentation and leukotrichia, and (k) comet tail appearance/micro-Koebnerization. (B) Schematic diagram of vitiligo showing features of stable and unstable vitiligo; (1B1) Schematics of stable vitiligo showing well defined border, absent or reticular network and perilesional and perifollicular hyperpigmentation, (1B2) Schematics of unstable vitiligo showing ill defined margin, white glow, comet tail appearance, satellite lesion, negative and broken pigment network, leukotrachia and perifollicular hypopigmentation. (C) Dermoscopy of vitiligo showing absent pigmentary network, white glow, and satellite lesions (DermLite DL3, polarized, ×10).

Figure 1 (A) Schematic diagram of vitiligo showing features of BPLeFoSK criteria: (a) reverse reticular network, (b) absent reticular network, (c) reticulated pattern, (d) reduced reticular pattern, (e) well-demarcated border, (f) ill-defined border, (g) trichrome border, (h) polka dot pattern/satellite lesions, (i) perifollicular pigmentation, (j) perifollicular depigmentation and leukotrichia, and (k) comet tail appearance/micro-Koebnerization. (B) Schematic diagram of vitiligo showing features of stable and unstable vitiligo; (1B1) Schematics of stable vitiligo showing well defined border, absent or reticular network and perilesional and perifollicular hyperpigmentation, (1B2) Schematics of unstable vitiligo showing ill defined margin, white glow, comet tail appearance, satellite lesion, negative and broken pigment network, leukotrachia and perifollicular hypopigmentation. (C) Dermoscopy of vitiligo showing absent pigmentary network, white glow, and satellite lesions (DermLite DL3, polarized, ×10).