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نتایج جستجو برای Vitiligo

تعداد نتایج: 1204  
Journal: :Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology 2004
Lata Sharma, R Bhawan, R K Jain,

BACKGROUND Vitiligo affects melanocytes in the skin. Since melanocytes are present in other organs as well, it is plausible that they may be similarly affected. METHODS A comparative study of audiological functions was carried out in 180 patients of vitiligo and 60 non-vitiligo controls in the age group of 5-40 years. RESULTS In vitiligo patients sensorineural hypoacusis of mild degree was ...

Journal: :Postgraduate medical journal 1970
R P Dawber,

Vitiligo, a common skin condition, has been reported in association with thyroid disease, pernicious anaemia, carcinoma of the stomach, Addison's disease and diabetes mellitus. Some subjects with vitiligo can be shown to possess circulating antibodies to thyroid gland, thyroglobulin, gastric parietal cells and adrenal gland, even in the absence of disease. Vitiligo is evidently another 'skin-ma...

2014
Roberto Gomes Tarlé, Liliane Machado do Nascimento, Marcelo Távora Mira, Caio Cesar Silva de Castro,

Vitiligo is a chronic stigmatizing disease, already known for millennia, which mainly affects melanocytes from epidermis basal layer, leading to the development of hypochromic and achromic patches. Its estimated prevalence is 0.5% worldwide. The involvement of genetic factors controlling susceptibility to vitiligo has been studied over the last decades, and results of previous studies present v...

2014
Serena Gianfaldoni, Matteo Zanardelli, Torello Lotti,

Vitiligo is a relatively common acquired skin disorder, characterized by the progressive loss of melanocytes, which results in white patches. Classically, vitiligo’s treatments have been considered unsatisfactory and challenging. Recent advances in the knowledge of vitiligo’s pathogenesis have contributed to find better therapeutic options, so that at present many patients find a solution for d...

Journal: :Journal of the Chinese Medical Association : JCMA 2007
Ozlem Karabudak, Bilal Dogan, Sukru Yildirim, Yavuz Harmanyeri, Rana Anadolu-Brasie,

Dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) is a rare immunobullous disorder of the skin that is associated with gluten hypersensitivity. Subepidermal IgA-type antibody deposition against tissue transglutaminase leads to dense neutrophilic microabscess and eventually into vesicles in dermal papillae, which may occasionally merge into bullae. Being a subepidermal vesiculobullous disorder, DH is frequently ass...

Journal: :Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP 2012
Aamir Habib, Naeem Raza,

All new cases of vitiligo reporting to Dermatology Outpatient of Combined Military Hospital, Panu Aqil, were included in the study. Of the 230 patients, 124 were male (53.9%) and 106 were female (46.1%). Males were more commonly affected. The disease affected all age groups. Mean age at presentation was 27.02 + 18.34 years and age at presentation ranged from 5.5 months to 82 years. The mean age...

2014
Amr Mohamed Zaki, Hamed Mohamed Abdo, Ibrahim Merage Ibrahim, Alaa Eldin, Khalil Ibrahim,

Correspondence: Dr. Hamed Mohamed Abdo, Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Andrology, Faculty of Medicine Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. E-mail: hamed392@yahoo.com Mobile: +2/ 0106633901