Atlas of Pediatric Cutaneous Biodiversity: Comparative by N. Silverberg
By N. Silverberg
This ebook presents a quick pictorial atlas highlighting the differences of visual appeal of pores and skin, hair, and nails, either within the common nation for kids of all colours, and the looks whilst tormented by pores and skin affliction.
The atlas contains 5 ethnic groupings:
African, Afro-caribbean, and African American
Hispanic and Latino
Indian and center japanese (Arab)
Each workforce is classified for identified or clinically appropriate dermis changes utilizing scientific images, simple microscopy, and dermoscopy.
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Pigmentation can vary from deep brown to blue. The lesion is more common in Asian (Fig. 22) and less so in Black children (Fig. 23). The second child demonstrates the dermoscopy without a patterned appearance of pigmentation (Fig. 24). Congenital onset is usual, but acquired cases have been reported. Acquired Nevus of Ota like macules over the malar region is termed Hori’s nevus. Associated ocular pigmentation can be noted in this African American girl (Fig. 23). Ocular pigmentation appears more commonly in darker individuals with this nevus .
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