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Figure 2: (A) PAS-positive hyphae parasitizing intercellular spaces between parabasal cells undergoing giant cell transformation (PAS, 1,250), (B) phagocytosed fragments of septate fungal hyphae inside the parabasal epitheliomatous giant cell (PAS, 1,250), and (C) conidia of trichophyton in the vicinity of epitheliomatous giant cells (PAS, 1,250)

Figure 2: (A) PAS-positive hyphae parasitizing intercellular spaces between parabasal cells undergoing giant cell transformation (PAS, 1,250), (B) phagocytosed fragments of septate fungal hyphae inside the parabasal epitheliomatous giant cell (PAS, 1,250), and (C) conidia of trichophyton in the vicinity of epitheliomatous giant cells (PAS, 1,250)