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By N. Silverberg

This e-book presents a quick pictorial atlas highlighting the differences of visual appeal of pores and skin, hair, and nails, either within the traditional country for kids of all shades, and the looks whilst suffering from pores and skin ailment.

The atlas comprises 5 ethnic groupings:
Caucasian
African, Afro-caribbean, and African American
Asian
Hispanic and Latino
Indian and heart jap (Arab)

Each staff is classified for recognized or clinically proper dermis variations utilizing medical photos, simple microscopy, and dermoscopy.

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Pehoushek JF, Norton SA, Bliss RW (1999) Black taste buds. Arch Dermatol 135(594–595):597–598 20. Silverberg NB, Singh A, Echt AF, Laude TA (1996) Lingual fungiform papillae hypertrophy with cyclosporin A. Lancet 348(9032):967 21. Buka R, Friedman KA, Phelps RG, Silver L, Calero F, Rudikoff D (2001) Childhood longitudinal melanonychia: case reports and review of the literature. Mt Sinai J Med 68:331–335 22. Tlougan BE, Gonzalez ME, Mandal RV, Kundu RV, Skopicki D (2010) Erythema dyschromicum perstans.

Lesions generally resolve on the face by 1 year of age. Nuchal lesions persist in most individuals, but are covered by hair as the child ages. 9%) [2]. Glabellar lesions that are deep in coloration may not resolve and have been referred to as the medial frontofacial capillary malformations [3]. Clearance with pulsed dye laser for nonresolving lesions is possible in all skin types; however, dyspigmentation is more likely in darker 5 Vascular Birthmarks individuals [4]. An association of extensive lesions with syndromes such as Beckwith-Wiedemann, macrocephalycapillary malformation, odontodysplasia, and Roberts-SC phocomelia syndromes can be rarely noted.

Café au lait macules are generally 1–2 Fitzpatrick types darker than the natural skin tone. Café au lait macules (Fig. 15) and nevoid hypermelanosis often go unnoticed in lighter children until they become darker with age, possibly related to maturation of the pigment or in my opinion, enhanced due to sun exposure of the café au lait, tanning the area more so than the lighter natural skin tone. Café au lait macules are noted within the first 3 months of life in children of Hispanic (Fig. 16) or Black descent and continue to become progressively more visible as pigmentation develops over the first 6–12 months of life.

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