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Close-up of the skin of the forehead in a 35 year old female patient showing chloasma (melasma). These harmless pale brown skin patches are caused by an increase in the dark pigment melanin usually on the forehead, temples and cheeks. It often occurs during pregnancy or as a side effect of oral contraceptives.
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