Metaphoric terms on facial skin

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Metaphoric termThis glossary term has not yet been described. Definition
Annular granular patternDots and structureless areas arranged around follicle openings (and involving adnexal opening) Dots and structureless areas arranged around follicle openings (and involving adnexal opening)
RhomboidsGray-brown angulated lines forming a polygonal shape around adnexal ostial openings. Gray-brown angulated lines forming a polygonal shape around adnexal ostial openings.
PseudonetworkA structureless pigment area interrupted by non-pigmented adnexal openings A structureless pigment area interrupted by non-pigmentedThis glossary term has not yet been described. adnexal openings
Asymmetric pigmented follicular openingsPigment associated with adnexal opening that does not uniformly surround the entire opening or curved (or crescent shaped) pigment lines partially surrounding adnexal openings Pigment associated with adnexal opening that does not uniformly surround the entire opening or curved (or crescent shaped) pigment lines partially surrounding adnexal openings