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Figure 3: Histopathological features of oral lichen sclerosus, showing extensive hyperorthokeratosis, atrophic stratified squamous epithelium, flattening of the rete rides, cleft-like space separating the epithelium and the connective tissue, and chronic inflammatory cell infiltration (H and E, original magnification ×40)

Figure 3: Histopathological features of oral lichen sclerosus, showing extensive hyperorthokeratosis, atrophic stratified squamous epithelium, flattening of the rete rides, cleft-like space separating the epithelium and the connective tissue, and chronic inflammatory cell infiltration (H and E, original magnification ×40)