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perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate
blctlc posted:
My husband has had a rash for over a year. Long story short, finally had a biopsy by a dermatologist and the diagnosis was mild superficial perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate with scatteted interstitial eosinophils.

At the time he saw the dermatologist it was a mildly superficial rash, but that's not always the case.

What does the diagnosis mean in layman terms and what should we do next?

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