hyperpigmentation


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hyperpigmentation

[¦hī·pər‚pig·mən′tā·shən]
(medicine)
Increased pigmentation.
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He said that medications are useful modes of treating the signs and symptoms of hyperpigmentation.
[USPRwire, Fri Aug 23 2019] This report analyzes the global Hyperpigmentation Disorders Treatment Market in terms of its current and future scenario.
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"Apart from creases and wrinkles, the uneven skin tone associated with hyperpigmentation can actually make you look older," she said, citing that Asians have more melisma and pigment disorders compared with Western counterparts.
"Our findings highlight the substantial effect that benign hyperpigmentation has on quality of life as measured by the amount of time and money patients are willing to give up to rid themselves of disease," explained corresponding author Neelam Vashi, Boston University School of Medicine.
A 59-year-old woman presented to a dermatology clinic with an asymptomatic brown facial hyperpigmentation that had developed several years earlier, and had persisted, despite regular face washing.
Hyperpigmentation, for example, can be addressed by inserting the uneven skin tone cartridge into the moisturiser one needs.
In a pig wound model, salbutamol reduced scar area and hyperpigmentation by almost 50%, 56 days post-wounding, significantly improving scar appearance.
In his clinical experience, challenges and risks of performing aesthetic procedures on ethnic skin include postinflammatory hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation, depigmentation, keloids, and hypertrophic scars.
The skin changes were supravenous hyperpigmentation [Figure 2], generalised pruritis, facial pigmentation, acneiform (Papulopustular) eruptions, xerosis, hyperpigmentation of palm and sole, and toxic epidermal necrolysis, acral erythema, hand-foot syndrome, extravasation, erythema nodosum and flagellate dermatitis.
'Hydroquinone is prescribed to patients with hyperpigmentation,' he said, referring to a condition where patients have patches of skin that are darker than their normal colour.