familial progressive hyperpigmentation

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familial progressive hyperpigmentation

An autosomal dominant condition (OMIM:145250) characterised by hyperpigmented patches in the skin, which first present in early infancy and increase in size and number with age.

Molecular pathology
FPH is caused by a mutation of KITLG, which is encoded on 12q22.
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As of June 30, 2019, Lopez Holdings owned 51 percent of FPH and had a 56 percent economic interest in ABS-CBN.
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The FPH believe that, should Treasury plans to cut PS200m from local authority budgets be implemented, the health of people in the region will suffer.
The FPH believe that, should Treasury plans to cut [pounds sterling]200 million from local authority budgets be implemented, the health of people in the region will suffer.