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The case history of a patient with pyostomatitis vegetans has been presented. The condition was characterized in its early stage by painless minute miliary abscesses; later, the lesions became verrucous in character. Microscopically, there was a marked acanthosis and keratosis. Microscopic abscesses were present in the epithelium. There was a dense cellular infiltration of the tunica propria, with the cosinophil predominating.
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