vitiligo


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an acquired skin disease characterized by patches of unpigmented skin (often surrounded by a heavily pigmented border)

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The activity of these enzymes in lesional skin of patients with vitiligo was significantly reduced [29-31], so as to further aggravate the accumulation of ROS.
1 Vitiligo is a disease characterized with the appearance of achromic or hypochromic patches on the skin and mucous membranes as well.
En effet, si le patient souffre du Vitiligo depuis deux ans, il devra utiliser le traitement complet pendant 3 ans au minimum pour pouvoir en guerir definitivement.
For example, there was a girl the other day who told me that she lives in Atlanta, and she has never worn shorts, and because of me she is wearing her shorts with her vitiligo.
Later, she developed the depigmented patches of vitiligo which were treated with topical tacrolimus.
Vitiligo is a multifactorial, non-Mendelian disorder which is associated with multiple loci.
Based on distribution and extension of lesions three types have been delineated by Nordlund: localized, generalized and universal vitiligo.
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When the progressive stage was compared with the stable stage of vitiligo, 71 (23 upregulated and 48 downregulated) proteins were found to be differentially expressed [Supplementary Table 5] [SUPPORTING:5].
Four patients with significant baseline facial involvement improved by an average of 76% on the facial Vitiligo Area Scoring Index, or VASI (95% confidence interval, 53%-99%, P = .
Vitiligo is an acquired dermatological condition, characterized by macules or white spots, very well-defined, localized onto the skin (Bologna et al 2012), the hairs covering a hypopigmented area, which grows white on and off.
Vitiligo is the most common depigmentary disorder, having significant impact on quality of life.