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Hypopigmentation patch

Male child 4 yrs having hypopigmentation patch in Lt eye brow and Lt side of back congenital Physical Examination Photos attached Management I prescribed Momate F cream- apply twice a day x 15 day Review after 15 days What is better Tx?

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Nevus anemicus.. It  is an uncommon, congenital vascular malformation resulting in hypopigmented cutaneous macules and/or patches that characteristically do not become erythematous in response to trauma, heat, or cold. Nevus anemicus typically presents as an isolated lesion with no other systemic manifestations.. DD...Vitiligo. Cosmetic correction by self..Or family seniors..

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Nevus anemicus.. It  is an uncommon, congenital vascular malformation resulting in hypopigmented cutaneous macules and/or patches that characteristically do not become erythematous in response to trauma, heat, or cold. Nevus anemicus typically presents as an isolated lesion with no other systemic manifestations.. DD...Vitiligo. Cosmetic correction by self..Or family seniors..

Vitiligo. Add vit d3 supplements too. Try treating with steroid first. If no response then go for 0.03 percent tacrolimus. Use some masking cosmetics they work as well. Add to the patient confidence

Nevus anemicus..? Vitiligo ... Vascular malformations..?

? NEVUS ANEMICUS.. ? VITILIGO ..

Tnx Dr Amitabha Dasgupta
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Vitiligo Nevus Anemicus Psorelan oint locally followed by sun light

Swetra kustha/Vitiligo

Congenital Vitiligo (Benign) : ? Self limited Aloevera gel to apply locally Vit A & D rich diets May Deworm once.

@ vitiligo

Rule out Nevus depigmentosus Nevus anaemicus

Ref to Dermatologist.

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