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Melanosis diffusa congenita

Melanosis diffusa congenita: Introduction

Melanosis diffusa congenita: An inherited condition characterized by the presence of patches of increased skin pigmentation from birth. These patches tend to increase in size and number with age. The pigmentation can occur on virtually any part of the body including the lips and inside the mouth. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Melanosis diffusa congenita is available below.

Symptoms of Melanosis diffusa congenita

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Causes of Melanosis diffusa congenita

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Misdiagnosis and Melanosis diffusa congenita

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Prognosis for Melanosis diffusa congenita

Prognosis for Melanosis diffusa congenita: Patches of skin pigmentation progressively increase in size and number - most rapid expansion occurs during childhood and tends to slow down during adolescence.

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