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pig·men·tar·y

(pig'men-tār'ē),
Relating to a pigment.

pig·men·tar·y

(pig'mĕn-tar-ē)
Relating to a pigment.

pigmentary

(pĭg′mĕn-tĕr″ē) [L. pigmentum, paint]
Concerning, or like, a pigment.

pigmentary

pertaining to or emanating from pigment.

pigmentary incontinence
a histopathological lesion in which melanin granules are free in the dermis and within dermal macrophages; it is associated with damage to the stratum basale and basement membrane of the epidermis.
pigmentary keratitis
see corneal pigmentation.
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Central pigmentary changes are a hallmark of early dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and therefore, increasingly seen in optometric practice.
Several disorders marked by prominent cutaneous pigmentary abnormalities are associated with hearing dysfunction.
2,3,9,10] Proposed Changes to terminology, so far, include the terms pigmentary dysplasia, mosaic dyspigmentation, pigmentary mosaicism of the Ito type, or hypopigmentation along the lines of Blaschko to reflect the disease pathogenesis or recall the cutaneous patterns.
Following are chapters on various aspects of hearing loss, including nonsyndromic hereditary hearing loss, and hearing loss associated with thyroid abnormalities, pigmentary anomalies, vision loss (Usher syndrome), cardiovascular abnormalities, and renal disease.
The first section deals with skin signs associated with nine specific organ systems, and the next section covers skin appendages including hair, nail, and the pigmentary system.
Although pigmentary changes can offer a clue to the presence of melanoma, a certain percentage of nail melanomas are amelanotic, Dr.
Figure 1 compares the hiding abilities of pigmentary Ti[O.
Lichen planus, a chronic, extremely itchy inflammatory disease, is characterized by pigmentary changes, thickened plaques, and lesions on the perineum and often on the mouth or other mucosal surfaces as well.
Waardenburg's s syndrome was first described in 1951 as a new entity characterized by congenital sensorineural hearing loss and pigmentary disturbances of the skin, hair, and eyes (figure).
This multimodal imaging technique offers an in-depth view of the structure and an overall picture of the damages in real time, and consequently plays a major role in the detection of insults to the retina and the pigmentary epithelium.
The Company's extensive product portfolio is available in 80 countries and treats a range of dermatological conditions including: acne, rosacea, nail mycosis, psoriasis & steroid-responsive dermatoses, pigmentary disorders, skin cancer and medical solutions for skin senescence.
They cover medical dermatology; pigmentary and follicular disorders like alopecia; tumors; cosmetics; and alternative medicine; with each therapy assigned a level based on the amount of published evidence to support its use.

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