hyperpigmentation


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hyperpigmentation

[¦hī·pər‚pig·mən′tā·shən]
(medicine)
Increased pigmentation.
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Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation is often the driving force for the dermatology consult" in individuals with skin of color, Dr.
Xerosis, pruritus, half-and-half nails, cutaneous hyperpigmentation, pallor and perforating disorders are common manifestations of ESRD.
Most of the time, the postinflammatory hyperpigmentation [PIH] has much more impact on the patient's quality of life even than the disease itself, so you need to be very careful when treating these patients," said Dr.
Dark underarms caused by hyperpigmentation during pregnancy can fade and become lighter in the next few months after giving birth.
5,6) Hyperpigmentation is not just a cosmetic deformity causing psychological upset due to disfigurement, but can also reflect underlying organ dysfunction.
In addition to these lesions on the lower limbs he was also concerned by the progressive hyperpigmentation on his face.
Revolutionary application chelates copper, inhibits the production of tyrosinase and melanin, and stimulates cellular repair to help prevent and correct hyperpigmentation | sun damage.
According to Kline's report, sales for products addressing hyperpigmentation account for nearly one-quarter of total take-home product sales and grow faster than any other concern, including acne and aging, among others.
She responded well but reported that she had developed hyperpigmentation after four weeks.
Several months after the initiation of amiodarone treatment, progressive facial hyperpigmentation had developed.
Among the more benign causes of hyperpigmentation is lentigo, which is usually seen in young cats, but may advance with age.