(4) MPCM in particular is characterized by small to large, polymorphic macules and papules on the trunk, head, and extremities and may blister in more severe cases.
Because of its varied presentation, the differential diagnosis for MPCM includes cafe au lait macules, lentigines, nevi, lichen planus, pseudolymphoma, diffuse juvenile xanthogranuloma, and Langerhans cell histiocytosis.
It is typically normal in pediatric patients with MPCM but may be positive if there are symptoms of systemic disease such as fever, weight loss, bone pain, epigastric pain, headaches, or anaphylaxis.
In this paper we propose combining MPCM and CNT to a base working fluid medium in order to quantify the benefits of the anticipated collective effect of additional heat capacity and thermal conductivity enhancement.
Equation 1 is postulated based on the conservation of mass principle and by modifying the mixing model for two components (MPCM and CNT) added to the base fluid.
The density of the MPCM can be predicted accurately using Equation 2 (Chen et al., 2008).