Any abnormality in the color of the skin.

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dys·chro·mia dis-'krō-mē-ə n abnormal pigmentation of the skin <periocular \dyschromia>

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dys·chro·mia (dis-kroґme-ə) [dys- + chrom- + -ia] any disorder of pigmentation of the skin or hair, such as hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation. Called also dyspigmentation.

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