Multiple lentigines syndrome is a very rare inherited disorder that is noted by the black or dark brown spots on the skin, including the neck and head. Also called Leopard syndrome or Noonan syndrome, people affected by multiple lentigines syndrome may also experience heart abnormalities.
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