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APS

Abbreviation for adenosine 5'-phosphosulfate.

APS

American Physiological Society.

attending physician statement

A form of evidence of a person’s insurability, where an insurer’s underwriting organisation relies on physician's office notes, labs, X-rays and operative notes to determine an applicant's state of health in lieu of requiring a medical exam.

APSs are normally supplied by doctors at the request of the underwriter, subject to applicable state laws and regulations relating to the patient's right to privacy.

APS

Abbreviation for antiphospholipid antibody syndrome; adenosine 5'-phosphosulfate.

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A. Vitiligo is a pigmentation disorder and the major cause of vitiligo is the autoimmunity. Some internal factor cause the destruction of melanocytes cell which produce the melanin a substance responsible for the coloration of skin. this lack of melanin infect results in <a href="http://www.antivitiligo.com/">white patch on skin</a> of hypo pigmentation.
Normally vitiligo is not related with other disease like diabetes. However a little inheritance may include in the occurence of vitiligo.

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