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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and noted that only two records of complete albinism had been reported in the literature for the Bonnet macaque, Macaca radiata (Mahabal et al.
The individual has all the characteristics of complete albinism, lacking pigmentation over the entire body surface, including the iris (Fig.
A new case of complete albinism in a bat from Brazil.
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
Whatever the mechanism responsible for coat-color patterns in mammals, partial and complete albinism exists in small mammals, although it is an uncommon phenomenon in most natural populations.
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