Pigmentation

  Pigmentation is characterized the coloring of the skin, hair, mucous membranes, and retina of the eye. Pigmentation is due to deposition of the melanin, which is produced by specialized cells called melanocytes. Other pigment-related terms include hyperpigmentation (too much pigment) hypopigmentation and underpigmentation and depigmentation loss of pigment.

 

  • Nevus anemicus
  • ABCD syndrome
  • Alezzandrini syndrome
  • Berlin syndrome
  • Chediak-higashi syndrome

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