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Clinical features of Ephelis Due to increased melanogenesis and melanosome transport from melanocytes to keratinocytes, not due to increased number of melanocytes. Get darker with sun light. More pronounced during summer months and fade during winter.
Demographic of Ephelis First observed at age 4 or 5 Most common location in face, arms and back No gender preference
Lesion terminology of Ephelis Freckles
Differential diagnosis of Ephelis Melanocytic nevi Melanoma Dysplastic nevus
Treatment options for Ephelis None
Microscopic features of Ephelis Abundant melanin deposition in basal layer will be observed in the epithelium.
Definition of Ephelis These are uniformly pigmented macules of the skin.