By Suresh Kotagal, Alma R. Bicknese, Marthand Eswara (auth.), Roger N. Rosenberg MD (eds.)
The newly revised, finished, four-color Atlas of scientific Neurology is greatly up to date on the subject of present literature. the recent 3rd version organizes the highest-quality pictures from the sector of medical neurology, together with scientific syndromes, for neurologists and clinicians. The atlas highlights the large strides being made within the biologic figuring out of neurologic affliction, masking developmental and genetic illnesses, neuroendocrine problems, severe care neurology, cerebrovascular sickness, dementias, behavioral neurology, neuro-oncology, move issues, epilepsy, neuromuscular ailments, infectious ailments, neuroimmunology, neurotoxic issues, and headache. This essential assortment comprises over 1300 photos together with algorithms, tables, charts, and schematic drawings.
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Although the hyperpigmented stage may occur at birth, it is usually evident at 3 to 6 months of age. There is a subtle fading of the pigmented streaks in the late teens. Microscopically, melanin is heavily deposited in melanophages in the upper dermis. Stage 4 Atrophic scars occur in one third of cases and follow the fading hyperpigmented lesions. Ultimately, the scars ﬂatten. Although the cutaneous lesions of incontinentia pigmenti appear to evolve from one stage to the next, different stages may appear simultaneously, and in time the following stage may appear at a different site.
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