Pigment anomalies of the skin in the human chimaera: their relation to systematized naevi

The British Journal of Dermatology
G H Findlay, P P Moores


Double fertilization of the egg may lead to a chimaeric state, in which the cell composition of the individual derives from two zygotes. Some special types of naevoid hyperpigmentation may result. Two new cases are added to the three published cases of chimaerism with skin manifestations.


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