Asian people blue birth marks

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Mongolian spots are a kind of birthmark that are flat, blue, or blue-gray. They appear at birth or in the first few weeks of life. The color of the spots are from a collection of melanocytes in the deeper layers of the skin. Melanocytes are cells that make the pigment color in the skin. Mongolian spots are not cancerous and are not associated with disease.

Mongolian spot

Slate gray nevi (Mongolian blue spots): Definition, causes, and more

A mongolian spot , also known as slate grey nevus or congenital dermal melanocytosis , is a benign , flat, congenital birthmark with wavy borders and an irregular shape. The most common color is blue, although they can be blue-gray, blue-black or deep brown. Mongolian spot is a congenital developmental condition—that is, one existing from birth—exclusively involving the skin. The blue colour is caused by melanocytes , melanin -containing cells, that are usually located in the surface of the skin the epidermis , but are in the deeper region the dermis in the location of the spot. Male and female infants are equally predisposed to slate grey nevus.

Mongolian blue spots

An ephemeral birthmark is a rare gift, connecting me to generations spanning the centuries. By the time I learned about my blue butt, it was gone. The timing seems strange—to think that as soon as I could form my earliest memories, my blueness had already left me. In one such memory, I recall taking a shower with my mother. The water beat down on my shoulders thunderously.
Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. Correspondence to: Dr. Mongolian spots MS are congenital birthmarks seen most commonly over the lumbosacral area. They are bluish-green to black in color and oval to irregular in shape.