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Figure 2: The photographs show the treated lesion on the right leg in patient 2, 1 week (a), 2 weeks (b), 8 weeks (c), 6 months (d), and 15 months after treatment (e). The lower part of the lesion was treated with 200 mJ 60 W, density 3 with 1 pulse (treatment site I) and the upper part of the lesion with an additional pass with 100 mJ, 60 W, density 3; full ablation (treatment site II). Erythema was long lasting in treatment site II and healing took longer (a and b). After 15 months, both treated lesions are 75% repigmented with hyperpigmentation compared to the surrounding skin. Erythema was no longer seen (e)

Figure 2: The photographs show the treated lesion on the right leg in patient 2, 1 week (a), 2 weeks (b), 8 weeks (c), 6 months (d), and 15 months after treatment (e). The lower part of the lesion was treated with 200 mJ 60 W, density 3 with 1 pulse (treatment site I) and the upper part of the lesion with an additional pass with 100 mJ, 60 W, density 3; full ablation (treatment site II). Erythema was long lasting in treatment site II and healing took longer (a and b). After 15 months, both treated lesions are 75% repigmented with hyperpigmentation compared to the surrounding skin. Erythema was no longer seen (e)