Futcher's line

Futch·er's line

(fo͝och′ərz)
n.
A line of pigmentation occurring symmetrically and bilaterally along the lateral edge of the biceps muscle.
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PDLs, also known as Futcher's lines or Voigt's lines, are physiological abrupt transition lines that separate areas of deeper pigmentation to areas with lighter color [3].
Effective treatment of Futcher's lines with Q-switched alexandrite laser.