Birthmark sentence example

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  • The common appearing birthmark is a tiny red or purple mark.
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  • The treatment involves aiming short, rapid bursts of intense laser light at the birthmark, causing it to stop growing or shrink.
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  • Treatment costs will vary depending on the size of the birthmark site, as well as the color intensity of the birthmark.
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  • Individuals are cautioned to stay out of the sunlight after a birthmark removal session, so if you do need to head outdoors, be sure to cover up with a sunscreen of at least SPF 15.
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  • She's Irish and they call her Flag, because of her birthmark.
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  • He once dreamed her naked torso was horribly disfigured by a giant birthmark but the truth was more likely childlike modesty kept in check by a general arrogance that forbade her to admit anything deemed to be a weakness.
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  • Often they have never seen a birthmark before and they may feel a bit awkward and unsure what to do.
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  • One of us had a strawberry birthmark on the back of his hand.
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  • Who, either in Dickens ' novels or in Bleak House had a red birthmark?
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  • I almost forgot me and my mom have the same birthmark as my Grandad.
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  • However, I falsely believe that the look-alike, not the king, has a small birthmark -- their only difference.
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  • Birthmarks on babies - As many as one in three babies are born with a birthmarks on babies - As many as one in three babies are born with a birthmark.
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  • No. A port wine stain is a birthmark created by malformed and dilated blood vessels.
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  • Skin-Your baby's skin will be examined for any type of birthmark, such as a hemangioma or Mongolian spots.
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  • About one in every three infants has a birthmark.
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  • For appearance or cosmetic reasons, medical treatment may be necessary if the birthmark does not disappear on its own.
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  • The birthmark is discoloration of the skin that starts before or just after birth.
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  • In some cases, the birthmark can be surgically excised, or removed.
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  • A mole or birthmark anywhere on your person that has changed in color or size, is sensitive to touch, or bleeds.
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  • In both cases, removal of the birthmark may be necessary.
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  • Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS) is a rare, congenital (present at birth), noninherited disorder characterized by the vascular malformation (birthmark) called a port wine stain, usually seen on an infant's face.
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  • The hardest part for parents is to wait until the birthmarks begin to fade on their own or, in the case of a birthmark that does not fade, waiting until the child is old enough for surgical management.
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  • They should call the pediatrician if they notice bleeding from the birthmark, if a sore develops on the birthmark, if the mark is growing larger.
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  • Some choose to use makeup to cover the birthmark if at all possible, but often birthmark removal is a more viable option.
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  • A laser will also lighten darker areas of the skin when it penetrates the surface, so the result is a less noticeable birthmark.
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  • Note, however, that laser treatment is the preferred method of birthmark removal, and that a surgical procedure is truly the last resort.
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