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Figure 1: Three-dimensional optical coherence tomography (OCT) image (a) and two-dimensional OCT image (b) of a benign lesion (inflammation) of the glans penis with detailed image of the lesion (c) and corresponding histology (H and E) (d). In Figure 1C, an arrow shows the lower border of the lesion (*) The horny layer of the skin, (#) shows the epidermal layer and (▪) shows a blood vessel

Figure 1: Three-dimensional optical coherence tomography (OCT) image (a) and two-dimensional OCT image (b) of a benign lesion (inflammation) of the glans penis with detailed image of the lesion (c) and corresponding histology (H and E) (d). In Figure 1C, an arrow shows the lower border of the lesion (*) The horny layer of the skin, (#) shows the epidermal layer and (▪) shows a blood vessel