Sock-Line Hyperpigmentation Definition

Sock-line Hyperpigmentation

Sock-line hyperpigmentation, also called sock line bands by some people, is a health condition that results when a pair of socks are too tight or have constricting elastic bands. Though it can affect people of all ages, it's most often seen in infants and children. 


For detailed information, read: Sock-Line Hyperpigmentation: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

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