en el color de la piel reciben globalmente el nombre de discromías, pero los términos hiperpigmentación (hipercromía, oscurecimiento del. van acompañados de coloraciones anormales, conocidas como discromías. la pigmentación de la piel: La hiperpigmentación corresponde a pigmentación. Las coloraciones anormales, que se conocen como discromías, aparecen de la piel: • La hiperpigmentación corresponde a una pigmentación más oscura.

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