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The study of pediatric skin of color encompasses a variety of beautiful birthmarks, reactive pigmentary changes, and altered disease morphologies and prevalences compared to patients with fair skin. This chapter discusses noteworthy congenital and acquired conditions in children with darker skin, including their psychosocial impact.

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  • Pediatric dermatology
  • Pigmentary birthmarks and disorders
  • Secondary dyspigmentation
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Pediatric malignancy
  • Psychosocial issues in pediatric dermatology

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