What does it mean if your test results were atypia at the dermo-epidermal junction and within the dermis accompanied by lymphocytes and melanophages?

I think you mean macrophages, not melanophages. The upper layer of your skin is called the epidermis(epi=above or outside.) The epidermis is more of just the tough outer layer of skin that serves as a protective layer. The layer of skin that is below the epidermis is the dermis. The dermo-epidermal junction (a.k.a. epidermo-dermal junction) is the place where those two meet. The dermis is where hair follicles, sweat glands, oil glands, and blood vessels are located. You have to puncture the dermis if your skin is going to bleed. Anyway, it appears that you are fighting some kind of infection, potentially a virus. Lymphocytes and macrophages are both types of white blood cells, which fight in the good name of your immune system. Melanocytes are merely the cells which are responsible for giving your skin pigmentation or color. I'm not sure what a melanophage is. Anyway, I presume that a test showed an "ATYPICAL" number of white blood cells in the blood. This means that there is a battle going on. Eat well, drink lots of water, see your chiropractor.