bronzed skin


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bronzed skin

the dark skin in Addison disease.

bronzed skin

Brownish hyperpigmentation of the skin, seen in Addison's disease and hemochromatosis, some cases of diabetes mellitus, and cirrhosis.
See also: skin

bronzed skin

(bronzd skin)
Dark skin produced by Addison disease.
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