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depigmented

(dē″pig′mĕnt-ĕd, ″pig-ment′)
Devoid of normal skin coloring or lighter in color than surrounding skin, as in vitiligo.
depigmentation (dē″pig″mĕn-tā′shŏn)
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In the punch grafting group 25 patients with 125 unresponsive depigmented sites were enrolled, 5 patients for vitiligo, 5 patients for postherpetic depigmentation, 5 patients for frictional depigmentation, 5 patients for contact depigmetation and 5 patients for Nevus depigmentation.
Camouflage: Cosmetics can be used to cover up the patches of depigmented skin.
Case 2: A 25years old female (sister) presented with some hemorrhagic bullous lesions over the exposed body parts since lyear of age which ruptured leaving depigmented atrophic scars.
Segmental vitiligo is characterized by unilateral depigmented macules in a dermatomal or quasidermatomal distribution.
INTRODUCTION: Vitiligo is an acquired disorder of the skin and mucous membranes that is characterized by well circumscribed, depigmented macules and patches and that occurs secondary to selective destruction of melanocytes.
Seven dark-skinned girls aged 3-9 years had symptomatic (pruritus, pain, bleeding, constipation) depigmented patches of the vulvar or perianal region; three had purpuric lesions.
Therefore, extrapolating these results to the cattle species, the same arguments can be used to justify the greater fragility observed in depigmented hooves when compared to pigmented hooves (Rabelo et al.
a) A large distended depigmented CHRPE now impinging on the optic nerve head
Halo nevus (HN) usually occurs as a depigmented halo around a melanocytic nevus.
Vitiligo is a common acquired, idiopathic pigmentary disorder characterized by progressive circumscribed depigmented macules or patches that corresponds histologically with reduced or absent cutaneous melanocytes.
8%), 6 patients complained of depigmented skin lesions (2.
It is characterized by discrete or confluent scaly, discolored or depigmented patches mainly on the upper trunk1.