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  1. Egyptian Doctor

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    What is your medical diagnosis ?!?!!?!!?
     

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    Pitiriasis Alba.
     

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    its a begining of scar like thing..due to calcium deficiency....
     

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    it is pitryasis alba
     

  5. Kamuiathanor

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    I go with Pitiriasis alba also
     

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    Dermatitis at
     

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    Dermatitis Seborreica vs dermatitis at
     

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    Pitiriasis alba. As
     

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    pithiriasis alba..
     

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    Pityriasis alba on Cheek
     

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    Since the picture shows whitish discoloration of the skin on a child's face, the condition is known as HYPOPIGMENTATION... And is seen on: [1] TINEA VERSICOLOR [most common & my Dx], [2] PTYRIASIS ALBA - also with hypopigmentation, [3] LEUKODERMA (beginning), [4] start of VITILIGO, [5] NEVUS DEPIGMENTOSUS, [5] LEUCISM, [6] WENDE- BAUCKUS Syndrome, [7] WAARDENBURG syndrome, [8] POST-INFLAMMATORY HYPOPIGMENTATION, [9] IDIOPATHIC HYPOMELANOSIS, and other HYPOPIGMENTED diseases...
     

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    Tinea Versicolor
     

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    Pitiriasis alba ans Atopic dermatitis
     

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    Pitiriasis alba and Atopic dermatitis
     

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    A : Pitiriasis Alba
     

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