Nevoid hypopigmentation as a manifestation of skin mosaicism

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A case report of rare genetically specified dyschromia - nevoid hypopimentation - was described. This disease is considered as a manifestation of skin mosaicism with characteristics of clinical presentation. Literature data is given, differential diagnostics issues of this pathology are discussed.

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