Birthmark

Dermatologists divide birthmarks into two types. Pigmented birthmarks caused by excess skin pigment cells include moles, café-au-lait spots, and Mongolian spots. Vascular birthmarks (also called red birthmarks) are caused by increased blood vessels and include macular stains (salmon patches), hemangiomas, and Port-wine stains. A little over 1 in ...
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Birthmark

• (n.) Some peculiar mark or blemish on the body at birth.
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birthmark

<dermatology, paediatrics> Red or purple-coloured vascular skin markings that develop shortly after birth. ... most are usually painless and benign. Some lesions (cavernous haemangiomas) will disappear or become harder to see as the child approaches school age. Localised steroid injections have been used successfully to reduce the size of a b...
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birthmark

(burth´mahrk) a congenital blemish or spot on the skin, usually visible at birth or shortly after; those appearing later are often at the location of a skin defect present at birth. See also nevus. vascular birthmark hemangioma.
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birthmark

nevus noun a blemish on the skin that is formed before birth
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Birthmark

Birth'mark` noun Some peculiar mark or blemish on the body at birth. « Most part of this noble lineage carried upon their body for a natural birthmark , . . . a snake. Sir T. North. »
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Birthmark

a mole or blemish that is present on the skin at birth
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birthmark

abnormality of the skin that is present at birth or shortly afterward.
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Birthmark

abnormality of the skin that is present at birth or shortly afterward.
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birthmark

abnormality of the skin that is present at birth or shortly afterward.
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Birthmark

abnormality of the skin that is present at birth or shortly afterward.
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birthmark

an unusual mark or blemish on the skin at birth. See mole; nevus.
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Birthmark

Any area of discolored skin or abnormal growth that is present on a child at birth. Narrower term(s): Port Wine Stain Hemangioma
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Birthmark

any area of discoloured skin that is present when a baby is born
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birthmark

birthmark, pigmented maldevelopment of the skin that varies in size, either present at birth or developing later. Birthmarks may appear as moles (melanocytic nevi) that vary in color from light brown to blue, and are either flat or raised above the surface of the skin. They are usually benign, but d...
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Birthmark

Birthmark: A persistent visible mark on the skin that is evident at birth or shortly thereafter. A birthmark is often due to a nevus (a mole) or an hemangioma (a localized collection of small blood vessels). Birthmarks that are pink or red are commonly capillary hemangiomas -- collections of tiny blood vessels -- that are most evident when the baby...
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Birthmark

is a mole or blemish on the skin formed before birth. They are part of the group of skin lesions known as naevi.
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Birthmark

is a mole or blemish on the skin formed before birth. They are part of the group of skin lesions known as naevi.
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birthmark

Type: Term Pronunciation: berth′mark Definitions: 1. A persistent visible lesion, usually on the skin, identified at or near birth; commonly a nevus or hemangioma. See: nevus1
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birthmark

[n] - a blemish on the skin formed before birth
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