chloasma bronzinum

chlo·as·ma bron·zi·'num

a bronze-colored pigmentation, probably produced by hormone imbalance, occurring in gradually increasing areas on the face, neck, and chest in persons exposed continuously to the tropic sun; similar to chloasma of the temperate zone, but intensified because of strong sunlight.
Synonym(s): tropic mask

chloasma bronzinum

An antiquated term for facial pigmentation attributed to hormonal imbalance and exposure to the tropical sun; it is not used in the working medical parlance.