Supplementary material of Paleodermatology: Dermoscopic Findings of “Niño del Plomo” an Incan Mummy in Chile
Supplementary Figure S1. Integuments of mummy “El niño del Plomo”. (A) Well preserved braided hair. (B) Beau's lines in the foot nail. (C) Empty nits of Pediculosis capitis. (D) Hyperkeratosis and hyperpigmentation of the plantar region of the feet. (E) Paled erosion due to prior manipulation for a skin sample. (F) Subungual hematoma. Supplementary Figure S2. Specimen of plantar skin under polarized light. In the outermost layer of the stratum corneum a particulate material of heterogeneous size is observed with some crystalloid refringent elements (Hematoxylin & eosin under polarized light, 10x). Supplementary Table S1. Dermatological conditions reported in mummies.