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Figure 70.1
Typical body and limb pattern of hypopigmentation in piebaldism.
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Figure 70.5
(a,b) Oculocutaneous albinism type 1B (OCA1B) and siblings/family. (a) The children in the centre and on the right are affected; the child on the left...
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Figure 70.9
(a,b) Albinism–deafness syndrome. (Courtesy Dr Odile Enjolras.)
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Figure 70.13
Dystrophic teeth in the carrier mother of a child with incontinentia pigmenti.
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Figure 70.17
Dowling–Degos disease.
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Figure 70.21
(a,b) Dyschromatosis universalis hereditaria (molecular diagnosis not done).
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Figure 70.2
Partial repigmentation pattern on the legs in piebaldism.
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Figure 70.6
(a) Oculocutaneous albinism type 1A (OCA1A) at birth and (b) later in the same child.
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Figure 70.10
Hypomelanosis of Ito.
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Figure 70.14
Nail dystrophy of incontinentia pigmenti.
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Figure 70.18
(a–c) Reticulate hyperpigmentation of Kitamura. (Courtesy of Dr H. Ujiie and Professor H. Shimizu.) Molecular diagnosis was confirmatory.
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Figure 70.3
(a) Note the mosaic pattern on the trunk in piebaldism; (b) detail of repigmentation pattern (leg).
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Figure 70.7
Oculocutaneous albinism type 2 (OCA2) in infant (shown with mother).
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Figure 70.11
Linear and whorled naevoid hypermelanosis.
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Figure 70.15
Cicatricial alopecia of incontinentia pigmenti.
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Figure 70.19
Peutz–Jeghers–Touraine syndrome. Lentigines on the lower lip of a 2‐year‐old girl.
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Figure 70.4
Typical facial dysmorphic features (a) and supernumerary ribs (b) in Waardenburg syndrome.
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Figure 70.8
Chédiak–Higashi syndrome after successful bone marrow transplantation: mild mental retardation and hair pigment dilution.
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Figure 70.12
(a) Incontinentia pigmenti, vesiculobullous stage, frequently wrongly diagnosed as bullous impetigo. (b) Verrucous stage. (c) Pigmentary stage, with a...
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Figure 70.16
Naegeli–Franceschetti–Jadassohn syndrome: case of the original family. (Courtesy of P. Itin.)
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Figure 70.20
(a,b) Dyschromatosis symmetrica hereditaria. (Courtesy of Dr H. Ujiie and Professor H. Shimizu.) Molecular diagnosis was confirmatory.