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Figure 17: Mixed Facial Melasma

The image shows the mixed facial melasma of a female patient. The melasma is described as mixed as it is a mixture of the identified facial patterns, affecting the frontal, temporal, parotid, mandibular and zygomatic regions.

Reference

Handel AC, Miot LD & Miot HA. (2014). Melasma: a clinical and epidemiological review. An Bras Dermatol , 89, 771-82. PMID: 25184917

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©2014 by Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia



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current22:45, 16 October 2018Thumbnail for version as of 22:45, 16 October 2018600 × 803 (112 KB)Z5164785 (talk | contribs)Figure 17: Mixed Facial Melasma The image shows the mixed facial melasma of a female patient. The melasma is described as mixed as it is a mixture of the identified facial patterns, affecting the frontal, temporal, parotid, mandibular and zygomatic re...
22:30, 16 October 2018Thumbnail for version as of 22:30, 16 October 2018600 × 803 (112 KB)Z5164785 (talk | contribs)Figure 17: Mixed Facial Melasma The image shows the mixed facial melasma of a female patient. The melasma is described as mixed as it is a mixture of the identified facial patterns, affecting the frontal, temporal, parotid, mandibular and zygomatic re...

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