dyspigmentation


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dyspigmentation

 [dis″pig-men-ta´shun]
any abnormality of pigmentation of the skin or hair.

dys·pig·men·ta·tion

(dis'pig-men-tā'shŭn),
Any abnormality in the formation or distribution of pigment, especially in the skin; usually applied to an abnormal reduction in pigmentation (depigmentation).
See also: albinism.

dyspigmentation

/dys·pig·men·ta·tion/ (dis-pig″-men-ta´shun) a disorder of pigmentation of skin or hair.

dyspigmentation

[dispig′məntā′shən]
any abnormal increase or decrease in the production or distribution of skin pigment. See also depigmentation.

dys·pig·men·ta·tion

(dis-pig'mĕn-tā'shŭn)
Any abnormality in the formation or distribution of pigment, especially in the skin; usually applied to an abnormal reduction in pigmentation (depigmentation).

dyspigmentation

any abnormality of pigmentation of the skin or hair.
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