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03-03-2011 | Health & Medicine
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Vitiligo Skin Disorder

Vitiligo Skin Disorder Vitiligo skin disorder is a skin condition in which white patches on the skin are formed due to malfunctioning of melanocytes, cells that promote pigmentation. http://www.curevitiligooil.com/Vitiligo-Skin-Disorder.htmlThe start of this disease and the grimness of pigment loss vary from person to person. People who have light skin usually witness the loss of pigment in summers because the contrast between depigmented skin and sunburned skin appears distinctive. On the other
12-10-2010 | Health & Medicine
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Vitiligo Symptoms

Vitiligo produces macules which are small areas of different skin color. The skin disorder may also produce patches which are flat, pale or white and can't be felt with fingers. (http://www.curevitiligooil.com/Vitiligo-Symptoms.html). These marks frequently expand to form very large, irregularly-shaped areas with no pigmentation. Typically, these are painless and do not itch. The cause of vitiligo symptoms is not known, but autoimmunity may be a factor. Since it is a
11-16-2010 | Health & Medicine
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Vitiligo Patches

Vitiligo patches are a characteristic sign of Vitiligo (http://www.curevitiligooil.com/Vitiligo.html ). These patches appear on skin where melanocytes (melanin producing cells present in skin) are either destroyed or rendered dysfunctional by autoimmune disease, genetic disorder, oxidative stress etc. As a result of which melanin i.e. the pigment is either not produced or secreted in very small amount and patches of depigmentation appear on skin. Vitiligo patches are a characteristic sign of Vitiligo
11-15-2010 | Health & Medicine
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Vitiligo Patches

Vitiligo patches are a characteristic sign of Vitiligo (http://www.curevitiligooil.com/Vitiligo.html ). These patches appear on skin where melanocytes (melanin producing cells present in skin) are either destroyed or rendered dysfunctional by autoimmune disease, genetic disorder, oxidative stress etc. As a result of which melanin i.e. the pigment is either not produced or secreted in very small amount and patches of depigmentation appear on skin. Most of the patients with Vitiligo develop patches

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