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- adjective Of or pertaining to
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You haven't been this pale since, like, February, she says, poking a little fun at the difficulty I seem to have in maintaining any kind of darker pigmentary coloration in the winter.
Eye anomalies (cataract, developmental defects, and pigmentary changes of the retinal epithelium)
As I understand it, at least in some cases, the birthmarks become fragile, bleeding-prone areas, not just a pigmentary discoloration (especially in softer facial tissue like cheeks, rather than on a forehead).
Some children also experience retinal pigmentary (color) changes.
According to a sentence in the “Food Factors” box on page 273 in the book titled, Healing with Vitamins (Rodale Health Books), “As a result, these lower-quality proteins seem to be contributing to restricted fluid movement in the eyes and the development of pigmentary glaucoma.”
Pulsed light, by combining wavelengths, heats and destroys pigmentary changes -- including the flushing associated with the skin condition rosacea.
Pulsed light, by combining wavelengths, heats and destroys pigmentary changes.
Then in the case of excisions you have all kinds of secondary changes, pigmentary disturbances, modifications of the passions, alterations in the secretion of fatty tissue.
Whiteness, he suggested, ‘is in a pigmentary sense aristocratic’, and is the proper colour for a gentleman.
We achieved some modest results in terms of pigmentary changes, but I don't want to mislead anybody for pigmentary changes, you have to go deeper.