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In most instances, the few inflammatory diseases of the skin that exhibit findings by direct immunofluorescence display changes in sections stained “routinely” by hematoxylin and eosin that enable them to be diagnosed for what they are by application of an algorithmic method predicated on analysis of patterns recognizable at scanning magnification. There are circumstances, however, […]