leukoderma


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leu·ko·der·ma

also leu·co·der·ma  (lo͞o′kə-dûr′mə)
n.

leu′ko·der′mal, leu′ko·der′mic adj.
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Noun1.leukoderma - a congenital skin condition characterized by spots or bands of unpigmented skin
disease of the skin, skin disease, skin disorder - a disease affecting the skin
hypopigmentation - unusual lack of skin color
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(1-6) Specifically, the seeds of Psoralea corylifolia have also been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat leukoderma, psoriasis, vitiligo, chronic graft-versus-host disease, and other skin disorders, as well as cardiovascular diseases, nephritis, osteoporosis, and cancer.
The XTRAC excimer laser delivers a highly targeted therapeutic beam of NB-UVB light and is cleared by the FDA to treat psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema, atopic dermatitis and leukoderma - skin diseases which impact over 35 million patients in the United States alone.
Vitiligo: Vitiligo or leukoderma is a multifactorial skin disorder in humans and other animals.
VanStockum to offer fellow sufferers of vitiligo, white spots, white patches, leukoderma, and leukoderma, natural and healthy treatment alternatives.
Persistent hypopigmentation, referred to as leukoderma en confetti, can be seen following the administration of a high-concentration HQ formula.
A clinical example of this signaling pathway is seen in patients with piebaldism, which is an autosomal dominant disorder resulting from a mutation in KIT protooncogene leading to the absence of melanocytes and the appearance of leukoderma on the affected areas [16].
Straten, "Accumulation of identical T cells in melanoma and vitiligo-like leukoderma," Journal of Investigative Dermatology, vol.
Differences in the melanosome distribution within the epidermal melanin units and its association with the impairing background of leukoderma in vitiligo and halo nevi: A retrospective study.
Kilasa specifically refers to leukoderma (vitiligo), the versets describing lesions and their treatments.
Concentrations of HQ above 5.0% could cause local irritation [6] and even persistent hypopigmentation named leukoderma [7].
(2) Waardenburg syndrome: Type I, wide bridge of the nose, lateral displacement of the inner canthus, pigmentary disturbance of frontal white blaze of hair, heterochromia iridis, white eye lashes, leukoderma, cochlear deafness, and spina bifida.