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1. Serum homocysteine level in vitiligo patients

Yalda Nahidi; Naser Tayyebi Meibodi; Habibollah Esmaili

Volume 17, Issue 3 , 2014, , Pages 81-84

Abstract
  Background: Vitiligo is a common cutaneous depigmentation disorder caused by the destruction of melanocytes. The exact etiopathogenesis of this disorder is not well known, but a complex of genetic, immunologic, inflammatory, and cytotoxic factors have been implicated. According to ...  Read More

2. Repigmentation of vitiliginous facial area after Q-switched Nd-YAG laser therapy for depigmentation: Is it a case of true reverse Koebner phenomenon in vitiligo?

Mohammad Radmanesh; Nasibeh Sohrabian; Ramin Radmanesh

Volume 16, Issue 4 , 2013, , Pages 159-161

Abstract
  The patients with universal vitiligo and residual pigmented patches usually do not benefit from available repigmenting methods and are better scheduled for depigmentation by medical, laser,and or freezing procedures. A 37-year-old lady with universal vitiligo and remaining pigmentation ...  Read More

3. Piebaldism and Vitiligo in Two Brothers

Sankha Koley; Atul Salodkar; Vikrant Saoji; Sanjiv Choudhary

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, , Pages 8-11

Abstract
  Piebaldism is an autosomal dominant uncommon (<1 in 20,000) congenital pigmentary disorder. Depigmented patches are present since birth. They usually remain unchanged throughout life. Vitiligo is its closest differential diagnosis. We report a unique family in which these two dissimilar depigmentations, ...  Read More