melanotic pigment


melanotic pigment
меланин

English-Russian big medical dictionary. 2005.

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  • Melanin — A skin pigment (substance that gives the skin its color). Dark skinned people have more melanin than light skinned people. Melanin also acts as a sunscreen and protects the skin from ultraviolet light. Melanin is produced by cells called… …   Medical dictionary

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  • melanosis — Abnormal dark brown or brown black pigmentation of various tissues or organs, as the result of melanin or, in some situations, other substances that resemble melanin to varying degrees; e.g., m. of the skin may occur in widespread metastatic… …   Medical dictionary

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  • Freckle — A tan or brown spot that develops on the skin after repeated exposure to sunlight. Freckles are most likely to develop in persons with fair complexions and red hair, occurring helter skelter on the skin in flat, * * * Yellowish or brownish… …   Medical dictionary


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