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/Re'te/ (From Latin "net") A net or network; a plexus; particularly, a network of blood vessels or nerves, or a part resembling a network.

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Histologically, there is a thin (6 to 8 cells thick) epithelial lining, lacking rete ridges, which results in a separation or clefting artifact from the fibrous stroma of the cyst wall.
The thickened oral mucosa extends upward, away from the underlying connective tissue with the lesional rete ridges at the same level as adjacent normal rete ridges.
A prominent capillary network and slight thinning of the overlying stratified squamous epithelium with absence of rete ridges are noted.
Histopathological report of the tongue lesion revealed hyperkeratosis with flattened rete ridges.
In all cases histopathology revealed fibropapillomatosis with acanthosis, hyperkeratosis and down-growth of rete ridges.
The features of Zoon's balanitis include epidermal atrophy, loss of rete ridges, spongiosis, and subepidermal plasma cell infiltrate without evidence of malignancy (FIGURE 2).
Haematoxylin and eosin stained sections of the tissue exhibited thick keratotic stratified squamous epithelium with acanthosis, elongated broad rete ridges, collection of neutrophils and RBC's within keratin layer and superficial spinous cells.
Sixty-two patients developed dermatologist-diagnosed psoriasis marked by the classic histologic features, including epidermal hyperplasia, parakeratosis, agranulosis, elongated rete ridges, and dilated dermal capillaries.