albinismus totalis

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albinismus totalis

An obsolete term for what is now recognised as four genetically distinct but clinically overlapping conditions, encompassed under the umbrella term oculocutaneous albinism.
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Cases of complete albinism are exceptional, in particular in wild animais and especially in bats, but cases were reported already in twenty-two countries worldwide.
First report of complete albinism in Desmodus rotundus species from Argentina
A new case of complete albinism in a bat from Brasil.
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