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These are the branching septated hyphae of Aspergillus. Note the 45 degree angle of branching.
|79, 80||Human Herpesvirus; Other Viral Diseases|
|81||Sexually Transmitted Infections|
|82, 84||Protozoa & Worms; Bites & Stings|
|Chapter 3-Infectious Diseases of the Skin|
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What is the differential diagnosis for this hyperchromatic and hypercellular dermal proliferation?