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Antonyms for depigmentation

absence or loss of pigmentation (or less than normal pigmentation) in the skin or hair

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The vitiliginous areas may remain static without showing any repigmentation or depigmentation. Such types of patients who are stable for more than 1 year duration are considered suitable for surgical treatment options including transfer of autologous melanocytes.
No side effect like swelling or depigmentation of the skin was noted.
Depigmentation and atrophy can occur with injections, especially in small-statured or dark-pigmented patients.
New skin depigmentation biological concept, WHITONYL[R]--obtained from Palmaria palmata--reduces brown spots due to skin aging and UV irradiation.
Among patients with melanoma treated with ipilimumab, hair depigmentation correlated with durable responses.
Complications were noted in 81 (33.7%) patients which includes secondary bacterial infection 30 (12.5%), severe ulceration 4 (1.6%), scarring 10 (4.1%), post herpetic neuralgia 25 (10.4%), motor weakness 2 (0.8%), depigmentation 5 (2.1%) and post herpetic itching 5 (2.1%).
Clinical investigations on depigmentation of the pupillary border and translucency of the iris in cases of senile cataract and in normal eyes in elderly persons: ACTA Ophthalmol Suppl 1989; 190:1-96.
Silab proposes an improved complexion with the launch of Whitonyl, its new biological concept of skin depigmentation.
None of the patients had atrophy or scarring, and they had no depigmentation anywhere else on their bodies.
Keywords: Vitiligo, depigmentation, tacrolimus, clobetasol.
There is coarse pigmentation & depigmentation of RPE with prominent large sclerotic choroidal vesseles.
THE phone number for Amelan Depigmentation treatment is 020 7226 6560, contact Pasha Connections (Page 29, November 2).
Comments: Depigmentation Factor Bioflavonoids consist of citrus bioflavonoids encapsulated in nanospheres.
CONSIDER MELANOMA-associated leukoderma (MAL) as a possible diagnosis in patients presenting with atypical vitiligo-like skin depigmentation that is refractory to standard treatment, advised the authors of a series of seven such cases.
Vitiligo; the historical curse of depigmentation. Int J Dermatol.