dyspigmentation


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dys·pig·men·ta·tion

n. despigmentación, decoloración anormal de la piel y del pelo.
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DLE lesions often begin as erythematous papules or plaques that may become scaly and heal with atrophy, scarring, and dyspigmentation (often central hypopigmentation with peripheral hyperpigmentation).
1] African American patients were found to have a higher prevalence of dyspigmentation and scarring than their white counterparts.
7] Moreover, promising results were found with another treatment modality which was used in a 58 year old Korean female where she presented with dyspigmentation after QS 1064-nm Nd:YAG laser treatment for melasma.
The typical findings include pruritus, erythema, papules/vesicles, xerosis, excoriations, erosions, and, in many cases, lichenification and dyspigmentation.
Researchers have declared the innocent-seeming eraser challenge self-destructive not only because of its ability to cause short-term injuries but also possible long-term effects like postinflammatory dyspigmentation, according to a 2013 (https://www.
Similar interest is shown for antiaging creams, which prevent the early signs of aging, such as laxity, wrinkles, dyspigmentation, erythema and poor skin texture; sun protection creams, which protect skin from the adverse effects of ultraviolet rays and prevent sunburn; and skin brightening creams, which brighten the skin while addressing such problems as dark spots, black patches, wrinkles and uneven skin tone.
Among the complications 15 patients had secondary infection (15%), dyspigmentation was seen in 11 patients (11%), post herpetic neuralgia was a complication in 10 patients (10%).
The typical patches often show a predilection to the major flexural areas and trunk, and present with erythema, mild scaling, mottled dyspigmentation (hyper- and hypopigmentation) with atrophy, and telangiectases.
89 Between these extremes patients may experience erythema depilation pruritus dyspigmentation dry desquamation patchy moist desquamation limited to intertriginous areas confluent and widespread moist desquamation edema and alopecia.
They decrease collagenase and elastase levels, and reduce fine lines, roughness and dyspigmentation.
There can be a loss of color in the skin, called dyspigmentation in older lesions.
Ageing skin is characterized by fine lines, wrinkles, lentigines, dyspigmentation and increased coarseness.