incontinentia pigmenti achromians

hy·po·mel·a·no·sis of I·to

[MIM*146150, MIM*308300, MIM*300337]
not a specific entity but rather represents features of many different forms of mosaicism; characterized by unilateral or bilateral hypopigmented macules in whorls, streaks, and patches in a "marble-cake" pattern, variably associated with epidermal nevi, alopecia, and ocular, skeletal, and neural abnormalities.
See also: incontinentia pigmenti.

Ito,

Minor, Japanese dermatologist, 1884-1982.
hypomelanosis of Ito - inherited hypopigmented macules variably associated with epidermal nevi, alopecia, and ocular, skeletal, and neural abnormalities. Synonym(s): incontinentia pigmenti achromians
Ito nevus - pigmentation of skin innervated by lateral branches of the supraclavicular nerve and the lateral cutaneous nerve of the arm.
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(1,2) According to the literature, it has also been associated with some systemic conditions such as Mohr syndrome (Orofacial-digital talon cusp) (9), Sturge-weber syndrome (10), Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome (11), incontinentia pigmenti achromians and Ellis-Van creveld syndrome.
Hypomelanosis of Ito ("incontinentia pigmenti achromians").
Hypomelanosis of Ito (incontinentia pigmenti achromians) and mosaicism for a microdeletion of 15q1.