depigmentation


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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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Treatment with high-potency topical steroids, calcineurin inhibitors, or both resulted in improvement or resolution of their symptoms in all cases, but there was mild or no improvement in the depigmentation.
Nevertheless, if depigmentation is the ultimate root cause--"the most decisive single event" in Finch's words--setting forth overall differences in Northern versus Southern cradle psycho-cultural functioning, undeniably implicated at the base of all this is the melanin hormone upon which Dr.
Millington GWM, Level NJ (2007) Vitiligo: the historical curse of depigmentation.
A case series of facial depigmentation associated with low fluence Q-switched 1,064?
Wood's lamp examination showed discrete depigmentation with sharp borders.
The low content of protein and high content of carbohydrate are justified by the conditions of polysaccharide extraction: high temperature, depigmentation by methanol, alkaline extraction and precipitation with ethanol (Yoon et al.
Ophthalmoscopic and fundoscopic changes included hyper reflectivity and discoloration of the tapetal area, marked attenuation of retinal vessels, depigmentation in non-tapetal area and optic disc atrophy with scalloped borders.
Fluid out flow during surgery can lead to instability of anterior chamber, repeated iris prolapsed, iris depigmentation and post operative intra ocular inflammation.
The defendants failed to warn the general public about the health risks associated with the product that include burns, scarring, allergic reactions, anaphylactic shock, and skin depigmentation, the lawsuit states.
The three preserved furs examined had a high degree of depigmentation that gave an overall whitish coloration throughout the body and in two cases presented a pinkish tone in the skin of the interdigital membranes.
Other skin lesions included footpad hyperkeratosis, crusting, depigmentation, and erosions (Figure 2).
8 including depigmentation Infiltrative or purulent 7 2.
They also discuss decorative cosmetics; hair cosmetics and cosmeceuticals; moisturizers; cosmeceutical treatment of the nail; botanicals and cosmeceutical for sun protection; UV care; topical vitamins E, C, and ferulic acid and topical L-selenomethionine; the use of cosmeceuticals in rosacea, androgenetic alopecia, eczema, xerosis, cutaneous barrier repair, oily skin, seborrhea, seborrheic dermatitis, purpura, and vitiligo; melasma and depigmentation agents; botanical extracts; biomarine actives; analytical chemistry for botanical extracts; and the legal distinction in the US between a cosmetic and a drug.
VASI score 100%: Depigmentation, 90%: Specks of pigment, 75%: Depigmented areas more than the pigmented areas, 50%: Equal pigmented and depigmented areas, 25%: Pigmented areas more than depigmented area and 10%: Specks of depigmentation.