birthmark


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a blemish on the skin that is formed before birth

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Vascular birthmarks are the most common birth defect of infancy affecting one in 10 children, with approximately 40,000 being so significant that they require the opinion of a specialist.
His mum, who didn't want to be named, said: "It was not dramatic at first but friends and family started to notice a difference and now people mistake the birthmark for a patch of eczema.
Although Karen feared George would be bullied because of his birthmark, she hadn't counted on the cruel taunts from passers-by in the four months when her son had his horns.
That is why it is often important for parents to consult a dermatologist as soon as their baby develops a birthmark, so it can be properly evaluated to determine if treatment is necessary.
She no longer requires the antibiotics or prednisone that she needed for infections and swelling from the birthmark.
He was named their physician of the year because of his work with eye conditions as they relate to hemangiomas, glaucoma in Sturge-Weber Syndrome (Sturge-Weber Syndrome is a condition that is also characterized by a congenital facial birthmark and neurological abnormalities) and tissue hypertrophy in Port Wine Stains.
Doctors had to wait for the' birthmark to begin going down naturally - and then boost that process with steroids - before being able to start helping Amy regain her looks.
A teenager is facing a battle for life because of a birthmark on her brain.
The 29-year-old agreed to wear a fake red birthmark covering half her face for a TV documentary.
The driver was described as Latino, 26-30, with brown hair, brown eyes and a birthmark under his chin, officials said.
CMNs are quite a frequent type of birthmark, occurring in about one in 100 newborn babies.
Rebekkah has a dark red birthmark, known as a port wine stain, which covers two-thirds of her face.
When the parents of the newborn boy found a birthmark under his chin, which actually bled and required stitching, they thought he was the reincarnation of Cemil Hayik and named him Cemil.
The illusion of interior grain was created by discoloration, a birthmark of industrial production.