brown pigmentation

brown pigmentation

of all tissues. See xanthosis.
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It's the combination of yellow, red and blue pigmentation called pheomelanin and black to brown pigmentation called eumelanin that gives mammals and birds their skin color.
Dorsum with brown pigmentation on median area psidii (Singh) --.
In addition, the sclera of both eyes showed dark brown pigment deposits, and there was dark brown pigmentation of the skin, teeth, and gums.
It is known that hydroxyurea, which is a ribonucleoside reductase inhibitor and is used as a systemic antitumor agent in hematologic diseases, causes brown pigmentation in nails.
Microscopically, there was a diffuse acute inflammatory infiltrate and a brown pigmentation limited to the mucosa.
The latter result from thousands of complex chemical reactions in which proteins and sugars interact, ultimately resulting in brown pigmentation.
Ekstrom has not seen in any of her patients is increased brown pigmentation in the iris (the part of the eye that gives it its color.
One exception to the uniformly brown pigmentation among female cichlids is the "orange blotch" pattern, which appears in some female cichlids that live in rocky areas of Lake Malawi.
Recent research by sk:n showed 40% of people living in the North East have already developed signs of sun damage on their faces, such as brown pigmentation marks and new freckles and moles.
Although not reported in clinical studies, LATISSE(TM) use may also cause increased brown pigmentation of the colored part of the eye which is likely to be permanent.
Denise Van Outen has admitted that using sunbeds as a teenager wrecked her skin, leaving her with scars and brown pigmentation on her face.
Abdomen: dark olive gray; indistinct brown lanceolate heart mark in anterior half; mottled with brown spots; sparsely covered with white and, less dense, black setae; venter yellowish gray; three indistinct gray longitudinal bands; spinnerets with brown pigmentation.