leucoderma

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Related to leucodermia: vitiligo, leucoderma

leu·ko·der·ma

(lū'kō-dĕr'mă)
An absence of pigment, partial or total, in the skin.
Synonym(s): leukopathia, leukopathy, leucoderma.
[leuko- + G. derma, skin]

leucoderma

Lack of normal skin pigmentation causing abnormally white skin, usually in patches. See ALBINISM, PIEBALDISM and VITILIGO.

leu·ko·der·ma

(lū'kō-dĕr'mă)
An absence of pigment, partial or total, in the skin.
[leuko- + G. derma, skin]
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El piebaldismo es un infrecuente desorden genetico autosomico dominante, caracterizado por parches congenitos de piel blanca (leucodermia) y un mechon de pelo blanco (poliosis).
Long-term follow-up of leucodermia patients treated with transplants of autologous cultured melanocytes, ultrathin epidermal sheets and basal cell layer suspension.