Hypopigmented lesions

Case #1

A 6-year-old boy presented with his parents for evaluation of hypopigmented lesions on his abdomen and extremities. The hypopigmented patches were asymptomatic, and the pigmentary pattern had been noted at birth. The child's father and paternal grandmother had similar skin findings. The boy also had a white forelock. His medical history was unremarkable. He had met all of his ...