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where [] is the red component of the area inside the segmented macule, [] is the green component of the area inside the segmented macule, and [] is the blue component of the area inside the segmented macule in RGB; [] is the red component of an area of healthy skin around the macule, [] is the green component of an area of healthy skin around the macule, and [] is the blue component of an area of healthy skin around the macule, in RGB.
Prevalence of hypopigmented macules in a healthy population.
Actinic lentigo is a benign, brown macule that occurs due to chronic ultra violet damage to the skin.
Hindwing more convex and broader than on male, termen slightly undulate to a short projection at end of vein 2A; mostly black, but slightly browner along costa and anal margin; pale blue submarginal band divided by black veins, narrowing somewhat from Rs to 2A, curving slightly caudad, broader pale blue macule posterior to vein 2A; similar, more-or-less parallel medial band, about equally broad throughout, anteriormost portion of scales like those of submarginal band, posterior portion not well-defined, of blue scales and bluish white hair-like scales; postbasal curved band of bluish white hair-like scales from anterior discal cell to beyond 2A; fringe white with black at tips of veins, a few black scales intermixed in cell Sc+[R.sub.1]-Rs, mostly black posterior to vein 2A.
Blisters and well defined crusted erosion in the background of a hypopigmented macule with loss of hair and a tuft of hair tied around the leg.
Patients affected had highly erythematous pruritic macules typical of arthropod bites, sometimes associated with a linear erythematous macular tract that we called the comet sign (Figure 1).
Trichrome Vitiligo: An intermediate tan colour that presents as a narrow or broad interface between normally pigmented outer skin and the central depigmented macule.
It clinically presents with oval to round, gray, blue, or brown macules of various sizes.
The lesions appeared in both of them roughly simultaneously 2 to 3 weeks prior to presentation as a small reddish macule that evolved into a hemorrhagic bulla that ruptured and transformed into an enlarging ulcer.
The skin where the specimens were taken was: diffuse infiltration 36, apparently normal with dysesthesia 3, atrophic 2, hypocromic macule 1, erythematous macule 2, no information 9.
The elementary cutaneous element was an erythematous macule in 5 patients and maculopapules in 1.
(3) A white forelock arising from a triangular, elongated, or diamond-shaped midline or depigmented macule on the forehead may be the only manifestation in 80% to 90% of cases.