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Figure 1: (a) Black macule on the volar aspect of the left big toe, (b) Dermoscopy shows red–black pigmentation with negative pseudonetwork pattern (due to cracked dried blood), a red line of blood around it and radial extensions of blood, (c and d) Positive paring test results in complete removal of pigmentation both clinically and dermoscopically.

Figure 1: (a) Black macule on the volar aspect of the left big toe, (b) Dermoscopy shows red–black pigmentation with negative pseudonetwork pattern (due to cracked dried blood), a red line of blood around it and radial extensions of blood, (c and d) Positive paring test results in complete removal of pigmentation both clinically and dermoscopically.