skin pigmentation

skin pigmentation

A highly nonspecific term for any colouration of the skin surface of any size, affecting any site, age, sex or racial/ethnic background, for any time period, and carrying any portent.
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It was assumed he would have reduced skin pigmentation and fair hair.
The results indicate that Cheddar Man had blue eyes, dark coloured curly hair and 'dark to black' skin pigmentation.
Studying human skin pigmentation helps researchers understand how the cells that produce skin pigment melanocytes and genes work together to protect skin from the damaging effects of UVR.
When we talk about laser treatment in Dubai most of the time we only assume that it is for hair removal, there is permanent hair removal or worst skin pigmentation or or skin treatments or the removal of marks, scars, birthmark and other skin related issues that can be sorted out easily with the help of laser treatment.
Common clinical manifestations are short stature, abnormal skin pigmentation, limb malformations, microcephaly and genitourinary anomalies.
Wolner, MD, of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, and his colleagues, describe a male patient in his 60s with HRAS mutant metastatic melanoma, who experienced whitening of eyebrows and eyelashes, along with scalp and body hair, followed by lighter overall skin pigmentation and the fading of pigmented skin lesions, 4 months after starting treatment with pembrolizumab.
According to Twinkle Ochanine, education manager of La Prairie in the Philippines, there are three causes of skin pigmentation.
Skin pigmentation has a definite correlation with latitudes.
After pregnancy, some or all of the dark skin blotches will fade naturally in most cases, so there really is no need to address skin pigmentation during pregnancy.
Poverty is an issue due to the cost of foods abundant in the vitamin including oily fish and fortified foods while ethnicity also plays a part due to skin pigmentation, lifestyles, clothing and diet.
The snapper had leucism, which is the condition of missing multiple kinds of skin pigmentation, resulting in whitish, pale skin.
Finding ways to activate these pathways, researchers say, could lead to therapies that repigment skin cells damaged in vitiligo, a disfiguring illness marked by the loss of skin pigmentation, leaving a blotchy, white appearance.