- Punctate and reticulate hyperpigmentation of the dorsal surfaces of the fingers and toes beginning in early childhood and usually increasing with age; more common in Asian persons of dark complexion.
* * *ac·ro·pig·men·ta·tion (ak″ro-pig″mən-taґshən) hyperpigmentation of the skin of the extremities.
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