I have light patches on my chin area that grew overtime gradually. I wish I could provide a picture so you could see. It started as a white patches, but it is light and reddish kind of.
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Perioral hypopigmentation in your age group is most likely because of a condition known as Pityriasis alba which is seen commonly as light patches on the face. It is common in patients with dry skin, tendency to have more allergies like rhinitis, recurrent cold, etc. You need to apply a moisturizer regularly for this.
1. Cetaphil moisturizing cream apply twice a day.
I am sure it is not vitiligo. Other possibilities may be seborrheic dermatitis if with itching and scaling or simply post inflammatory hypopigmentation but not vitiligo.
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. It is good that you stopped drinking. Meanwhile, I do not find any cancerous lesion in the pictures you sent (attachment removed to protect patient identity). However, none of the pictures show the posterior pharyngeal wall. If you can take a better picture it will b... Read Full
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have seen your query and concern. With your descriptions it seems your child may have pityriasis alba (fine, dry and pale patches). Pityriasis alba is a treatable disease and more common in childhood or it may be pre vitiligo. Please get reviewed with picture for bette... Read Full
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have gone through the image (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Do not worry. It is not any type of precancerous lesion. Such patches usually come when you are not taking good balanced diet and take lots of snack items. So reduce snacks and very ho... Read Full
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