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  1. Vitiligo is a skin condition in which there is a loss of color (pigment) from areas of ... Vitiligo occurs when immune cells destroy the cells that make brown pigment (melanocytes). This destruction is thought ...
  2. Vitiligo is a condition which involves complete loss of melanin, the primary skin pigment. The cause of vitiligo is unknown but it appears to be an ...
  3. This is a picture of vitiligo on the face. Complete loss of melanin, the primary skin pigment, occurs for unknown reasons. The resulting lesions are white in ...
  4. ... this person's face have resulted from drug-induced vitiligo. Loss of melanin, the primary skin pigment, occasionally ... is the case with this individual. The typical vitiligo lesion is flat and depigmented, but maintains the ...
  5. Vitiligo is characterized by patches of depigmented skin. Here, the contrast is seen very clearly. People with ... light skin may not notice small areas of vitiligo. This person is receiving ultraviolet light treatment to ...
  6. ... Changes in hormone levels Certain conditions such as vitiligo Certain fungal infections Certain rashes Exposure to sun ... to areas of burn, tan, and no tan Vitiligo Acanthosis nigricans
  7. ... fungal infections (such as tinea versicolor ) Pityriasis alba Vitiligo Certain medicines Skin condition called idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis ...
  8. ... of the skin) Skin coloring changes, such as vitiligo and some skin cancers Not all types of ... confirm a fungal or bacterial infection or diagnose vitiligo. Your doctor may also be able to learn ...
  9. ... the skin, called café au lait spots, and vitiligo Deafness due to abnormal ears Eye or eyelid ...
  10. ... brown color (pigment) from areas of the skin ( vitiligo ) Certain rare genetic defects may also cause adrenal ...
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