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n. despigmentación, decoloración anormal de la piel y del pelo.
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Similarly, anti-aging creams prevent the early signs of aging such as laxity, wrinkles, dyspigmentation, erythema, and poor skin texture.
The most common complication was scarring (53%), followed by dyspigmentation (47%), blistering (20%), and paradoxical darkening (20%).
In a few of these studies side effects to intralesional bleomycin observed were, dyspigmentation, scarring, nail damage and rarely Raynaud's phenomenon.
These groups of diseases, termed as Blaschkoid dyspigmentation [8] include Linear and Whorled Nevoid Hypermelanosis (LWNH), incontinentia pigmenti, linear epidermal nevus, hypomelanosis of Ito and Goltz syndrome etc.
[80] Complications include hypertrophic scarring and dyspigmentation.
(3) Other adverse effects of prolonged use of corticosteroids include the exacerbation of skin infections, rosacea, acne, striae; purpura, dyspigmentation, and perioral dermatitis.
The results showed excellent cosmetic outcomes when RECELL was used on deep partial-thickness facial burns, an injury for which treatment with standard of care often results in dyspigmentation and hypertrophic scarring at the seams of skin grafts.
In addition, skin change (dyspigmentation), nail change, and vaginal adhesion were significantly different between the SJS and overlap-TEN groups.
[13-16, 18] In a study by Perkins et al., [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. Questioning during the history taking also provides important diagnostic information: Is the rash chronic or atypical (suggesting another diagnosis or the presence of a comorbid condition)?
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.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3997208/) report in "The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology." The experts recommended parents monitor their kids' internet use and watch for physical signs of self-abuse.