DCM105

DCM105

The Pigment network is a web-like structure of brown/black lines and hypopigmented holes that create a “honeycomb pattern”

Typical network pattern is characterized by uniform, regular lines and holes, homogeneous colour, and usually fades at the periphery.

Atypical network pattern shows non-uniform, darker and/or broadened lines with heterogeneous holes in areas or shapes. The lines are often hyperpigmented and end abruptly at the periphery.