Oculodermal melanosis

oculodermal melanosis oc·u·lo·der·mal melanosis (ŏk’yə-lō-dûr’məl)
Pigmentation of the conjunctiva and skin around the eye, usually limited to one side of the face. Also called Ota’s nevus.


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