Leukoderma

white skin. Also known as achromia.
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leukoderma

[n] - a congenital skin condition characterized by spots or bands of unpigmented skin
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leukoderma

An absence of pigment, partial or total, in the skin. ... Synonym: achromoderma, hypomelanosis, leukopathia, leukopathy. ... Origin: Leuko-+ G. Derma, skin ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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leukoderma

noun a congenital skin condition characterized by spots or bands of unpigmented skin
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leukoderma

(loo″ko-dur´mә) any of various acquired types of hypomelanosis; called also leukopathia. adj., leukoder´matous, leukoder´mic., adj. syphilitic leukoderma a ring of indistinct, coarsely mottled hypopigmentation on the front and sides of the neck, seen in late secondary...
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leukoderma

Type: Term Pronunciation: lū′kō-der′mă Definitions: 1. An absence of pigment, partial or total, in the skin. Synonyms: hypomelanosis, leukopathia, leukopathy
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LEUKODERMA

Whitening of the skin, often in localized patches.
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Leukoderma

Leukoderma is a cutaneous condition, an acquired condition with localized loss of pigmentation of the skin that may occur after any number of inflammatory skin conditions, burns, intralesional steroid injections, postdermabrasion, etc. It is largely a cosmetic problem, and is neither infectious nor contagious. ==Classification== The most common fo...
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