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mac·u·la al·'bi·da

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mac·'u·lae al·'bi·dae

gray-white or white, rounded or irregularly shaped, slightly opaque patches or spots that are sometimes observed postmortem in the epicardium, especially in middle-aged or older persons; they result from fibrous thickening, and sometimes hyalinization, of the epicardium; similar lesions may also occur in the visceral layer of the peritoneum.
Any hypopigmented cutaneous macule
DiffDx Addison’s disease, alopecia areata, DM, halo nevus, hypomelanosis of Ito, amelanotic melanoma, piebaldism, thyroid disease, tuberous sclerosis, vitamin B12 deficiency, vitiligo, Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome

white spot

Any hypopigmented cutaneous macule DiffDx Addison's disease, alopecia areata, DM, halo nevus, hypomelanosis of Ito, amelanotic melanoma, piebaldism, thyroid disease, tuberous sclerosis, vitamin B12 deficiency, vitiligo, Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome

Patient discussion about white spot

Q. i have white spots on testicals

A. if i had white spots on my testicals,,i would be in sombodys emergency room right now....i suggest you get a dr......mrfoot56

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Mrs d'Urberville slept in a large four-post bedstead hung with heavy damask curtains, and the bullfinches occupied the same apartment, where they flitted about freely at certain hours, and made little white spots on the furniture and upholstery.
This wooden framework was covered by a red shirt--with white spots in it--blue trousers, a yellow vest, a jacket of green-and-gold and stout leather shoes.
Giles, with the white nightcap on, had been sitting on the steps of the chaise, supporting an elbow on each knee, and wiping his eyes with a blue cotton pocket-handkerchief dotted with white spots. That the honest fellow had not been feigning emotion, was abundently demonstrated by the very red eyes with which he regarded the young gentleman, when he turned round and addressed him.
She wore a blue foulard with large white spots, and Philip was tickled at the sensation it caused.
Sulivan remarks, that the difference i the prevailing colours was so obvious, that in looking fo the herds near Port Pleasant, they appeared from a lon distance like black spots, whilst south of Choiseul Soun they appeared like white spots on the hill-sides.
'and I only see two white spots on the whole range of moors: the sky is blue, and the larks are singing, and the becks and brooks are all brim full.
The skirt of the false Miss Garth's gown -- the brown alpaca dress, with the white spots on it -- touched the floor, within the housekeeper's reach.
Each white spot was a cyst caused by the larvae of taenia solium, a tapeworm found in pigs.
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Moreover, the shrimp culture industry has been affected by several viral and bacterial diseases (Lightner, 2011), most importantly white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) due to its high mortality rate (Rodriguez et al., 2003).
Fisheries Development Board (FDB) has dismissed the impression that the local farm shrimps had grown white spot disease, fearing the reports on crustacean export ban by Saudi Arabia would hurt the country seafood production and trade, source told Research analyst-PAGE.
Fore wing tawny with black boarder, apical half of the wing black with white bands; hind wing tawny, black boarder with two irregular series of white spots, inmale under side black and white spot; veins marked with black bands; apophysis posterior, thorn - like; ductus bursae long; corpus bursae balloon like with rod like cornuti (Fig.