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Year : 1985  |  Volume : 51  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 234--235

Dyschromatosis Universalis

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Hyperpigmented macules all over the body intermignled with mottled depigmentation were observed in two brothers from Varanasi. Hyperpigmented macules were present since birth and increased ill number and size during childhood. Depigmentation developed at the age of eigh, years and increased during adolescence. This entity described as dyschromatosis universalis in the Japanese and the Europeans has not been described in the Indians so far.


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