Leukoderma is defined as a condition where localised loss of pigmentation takes place. The pigmentation occurs when skin exposes to burns, inflammation, intralesional steroid injections and even also occurs due to over usage of cosmetics.Leukoderma or vitiligo is more commonly found in women than in men. Impaired hepatic functions like jaundice, burn injuries, worms and other parasites in the alimentary canal, acute mental worry, gastric disorders, typhoid and faulty perspiratory mechanism are some of the main causes for vitiligo. Moreover, hereditary factors also affect the formation of leukoderma
Related Journals of Leukoderma
Journal of Cosmetology & Trichology, Journal of Dermatitis, Journal of Melanoma and Skin Diseases, androu-medical.com, Vitiligo - Mayo Clinic, BMC Infectious Diseases, Vitiligo and Autoimmunity, Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science.
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