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Mongolian Blue Spot?

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Mongolian blue spots are dark markings that are commonly known as birth marks in individuals who are of Asian, East Indian, and African descent. These markings are not cancerous and should not cause concern. They are often mistaken for bruises and since they most often appear on a person's back, they are mistaken as abuse. These spots are typically two to eight cm in width and appear blue-black in color on the base of the spine, shoulders, and other areas on the back.
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