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Ethnic pigmentation - Wassermann

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BESTANDSGROOTTE: 11,16
ISBN: 9789021920627
TAAL: NEDERLANDS
AUTEUR: Wassermann

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Ethnic pigmentation

.... Melanonychia can also be associated with genetic disorders, injury, medications, ... Table 1 from Skin Color and Pigmentation in Ethnic Skin ... ... ... Although significant, L* was inversely correlated with pheomelanin levels with lower correlations ( 0.23 overall ranging from 0.53 to 0.83). (Data from Alaluf S, Atkins D, Barrett K, et al. The impact of epidermal melanin on objective measurements of human skin colour. Pigment Cell Res 2002;15:119-26.) - "Skin Color and Pigmentation in Ethnic ... People with ethnic skin can experience pigmentation problems differently to the ... Ethnic Pigmentation. Historical, Physiological and ... ... ... People with ethnic skin can experience pigmentation problems differently to the way that people with fair skin do. Darker skin has greater natural defence from the sun's ultraviolet light (UVL). People with darker skin tones experience less damage to the skin and fewer signs of aging than those with fair skin. When a Categorization of racial groups by reference to skin color is common in classical antiquity. It is found in e.g. Physiognomica, a Greek treatise dated to c. 300 BC. The transmission of the "color terminology" for race from antiquity to early anthropology in 17th century Europe took place via rabbinical literature.Specifically, Pirke De-Rabbi Eliezer (a medieval rabbinical text dated roughly to ... As knowledge develops about the intricate process of pigmentation and distinctions between ethnic groups, it can be further understood how pigmentary changes occur with aging, to consequently develop more effective management. Skin Color and Pigmentation in Ethnic Skin. @article{Visscher2017SkinCA, title={Skin Color and Pigmentation in Ethnic Skin.}, author={M O Visscher}, journal={Facial plastic surgery clinics of North America}, year={2017}, volume={25 1}, pages={ 119-125 } } Ethnic Skin & Pigmentation Ethnic Skin & Common Ethnic Skin Concerns. At Skin Solutions, director Sonal Patel has vast experience of patients who have ethnic skin and suffer from common ethnic skin concerns. Even today across the market there is little in the way of specialised treatment, and professionals who offer a true understanding of ... Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. People with darker skin tones need to be extra cautious when treating hyperpigmentation. Learn about safe and effective treatment for hyperpigmentation and dark spots on black skin. Pigmentation means coloring. Skin pigmentation disorders affect the color of your skin. Your skin gets its color from a pigment called melanin. Special cells in the skin make melanin. When these cells become damaged or unhealthy, it affects melanin production. Some pigmentation disorders affect just patches of skin. Others affect your entire body. Skin comes in all colors, from the palest ivory to the darkest brown and nearly every shade in between.. Skin problems, however, are generally color-blind, meaning that most skin conditions can ... Beloved by dermatologists, PCA Skin is one of the best expert-approved brands for addressing any kind of skin issue. For hyperpigmentation concerns relating to damage, aging, or hormones, this comparably affordable pigmentation gel is the ultimate antidote. An expert-approved collaboration of pigmentation-fading hydroquinone and exfoliating acids (think a strategic kitchen sink of lactic acid ... What Causes Hyperpigmentation on Black Skin? Black skin is characterized as skin type 6 on the Fitzpatrick skin type scale. This skin type is particularly prone to developing dark spots. Black skin can develop dark spots for the same reasons as any other skin tone, but is more at risk of postinflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) than lighter skin tones. ......