Blaschko

Blasch·ko

(blahs'kō),
Alfred, Austrian dermatologist, 1858-1922. See: lines of Blaschko.
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1) It is characterized by linear plaques, often on the extremities, face, or scalp, that tend to follow Blaschko lines.
This differs from Blaschko lines, which form a specific surface pattern that is believed to reflect the migration of embryonic skin cells.
Majority of the linear lesions follow the lines of Blaschko.
Linear psoriasis, a rare form of psoriasis, is characterized by late-onset linear psoriatic lesions along Blaschko lines.
Blaschko, "Learning a category independent object detection cascade," in Proc.
Linear psoriasis is a rare form of psoriasis characterised by linear array of lesions involving particular dermatome or along the Blaschko lines.
Blaschko, "Learning fully-connected CRFs for blood vessel segmentation in retinal images," in Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted Intervention -MICCAI2014, P.
The lines were discovered by German dermatologist Alfred Blaschko 75 years ago, Dr Bav Shergill, of the British Association of Dermatologists told MailOnline.
It is believed that lines of Blaschko indicate somatic mosaicism reflecting the distribution of clones of abnormal keratinocytes during development.
NS can be found anywhere on the body, but the most common location is on the chest and upper limbs, and often the arrangement of NS follows the lines of Blaschko (3).
Glass AS, Bagga HS, Tasian GE, Fisher PB, McCulloch CE, Blaschko SD, et al.
Tom Blaschko (author); CALCULATING SOUL CONNECTIONS; Pine Winds Press (Nonfiction: Body, Mind & Spirit) 18.