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- n. Plural form of phototype.
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Profusely illustrated by more than 200 phototypes, it provides sketches of Mexico's geography and history, discusses practical matters (such as horse cars, hotels, and shopping for cigars), and offers details about amusements, railway rides, towns, cities, and natural and cultural attractions.
A cross-sectional study of 99 obese and 99 nonobese 6-12 year-old children, skin phototypes III-V, from six public schools was conducted during summer at latitude 25°40 ', in northeastern Mexico.
The study concerns 30 patients with phototypes I to IV on the Fitzpatrick scale who underwent surgery for abdominal repair.
We also appreciate the remark that "Jung's archetypes were different than his phototypes," thereby learning of Jung's interest in photography.