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  1. Vitiligo
  2. Surgical Management of Vitiligo
  3. Wanakee' s Nutritional Approach to Vitiligo & Other Autoimmune Diseases: A Naturopath's Personal Journey Toward Healing Naturally (Volume 1) by Wanakee Hill N.D., 2010-05-15
  4. Living Life In Vitiligo by Norene L. Willis, 2008-08-18
  5. Vitiligo - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-03-03
  6. Vitiligo and Other Hypomelanoses of Hair and Skin (Topics in Dermatology) by Jean-Paul Ortonne, 1983-05-01
  7. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Vitiligo
  8. Microskin Grafting for Vitiligo by Devendra K. Gupta, 2009-12-15
  9. Vitiligo: Problems and Solutions (Basic and Clinical Dermatology)
  10. Vitiligo: A Monograph on the Basic and Clinical Science
  11. Vitiligo: Current Knowledge & Nutritional Therapy by et all 2006-01-01
  12. VITILIGO: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis and Effective TreatmentsOfficial Guide from the National Institute of Skin Diseases by National Institute of Skin Diseases, National Institutes of Health (NIH), 2008-09-07
  13. "Vitiligo"Questions and Answers by S. Mills, 2008-12-25
  14. Vitiligo, Disease

1. National Vitiligo Foundation
A patient oriented site dedicated to information on the cure and treatment of vitiligo.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders vitiligo......National vitiligo Foundation, a patient oriented site dedicated to informationon the cure and treatment of vitiligo. National vitiligo
National Vitiligo Foundation
611 South Fleishel Ave. Tyler, TX 75701
Phone: (903) 531-0074 Fax: (903) 525-1234

Click here to learn more!

Welcome to the National Vitiligo Foundation Web site! This site was created to serve as a clearinghouse for information about vitiligo, for both people with vitiligo and the general public. Vitiligo is spontaneous irregular depigmentation of skin which can occur at any stage in life. Scientifically, its cause is very poorly understood. It is not contagious and is technically not a serious health problem. But people with vitiligo and their families and friends know that it can cause much suffering because of social effects of the change in appearance. Through research, the National Vitiligo Foundation hopes to find a cause, and eventually, a cure. This research is funded by donations from people like yourself. If you would like to make a contribution to help us find the cause and cure for this disease, please click on the button labeled "CONTRIBUTIONS" to the left. By bonding together, people with vitiligo and their families and friends can learn to feel better about themselves and can battle to lessen the social pain related to other people's reactions to the face of vitiligo. We'll keep you informed about the latest research and discoveries, and ways people cope with vitiligo. Use the buttons to the left to navigate the site. Please start by signing our guestbook so we can keep in touch with you!

2. Vitiligo.
Causas, s­ntomas y tratamientos.
El vitiligo es la pérdida de melanocitos en la piel. Consiste en parches blancos, bien definidos, sobre piel normal. Es de progresión lenta . En muchos pacientes puede suponer un importante problema estético. Hasta hoy no se ha conocido su causa con exactitud. Muchos pacientes lo dejan por imposible, al no encontrar un tratamiento adecuado y verdadero para esta afección. Enfermedad sólo cutánea, benigna, antiestética que causa a veces serios problemas psicológicos y de conducta en quien lo padece.
Autor: Miguel Antonio Ibarra, MD.
Busque médicos y profesionales de la medicina de primera categoría en el Encuentre doctores de diversas especialidades y conocimientos
¿Cómo se manifiesta?
Los síntomas del vitiligo son sólo manchas blancas de todos tamaños y formas, aisladas y confluentes, bien limitadas, de superficie lisa, crónicas y asintomáticas, que pueden aparecer en toda la piel, predominan en párpados, nuca, tronco, regiones genitales, pero no hay ninguna área de la piel que puede librarse de ellas.

3. Vitiligo Society Uk - Loss Of Skin Colour
vitiligo results in a loss of skin color. vitiligo usually occurs in families, and may sometimes also involve diabetes, thyroid disorders, and some other conditions.
Promoting a positive approach to living with vitiligo
We recommend that new visitors follow through the 'About Vitiligo' section (3 pages) that starts below and which takes a question and answer format. This may answer many of your queries. Other areas of this site deal with such things as events research grants membership etc. Vitiligo is quite a common skin condition which can cause extreme distress to sufferers because of its unusual appearance. It affects at least one in every hundred people in countries throughout the world including the UK. It affects people of both sexes equally, and it affects all races. It can begin at any age, though about fifty percent of people with vitiligo develop it before the age of twenty five. You cannot catch vitiligo. It is not infectious. Alternative text navigation
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4. Vitiligo
Pamphlet provides details for this skin condition, including therapeutic and treatment information, diagrams and causes. vitiligo. vitiligo is a skin condition of white patches resulting from loss of pigment.
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Skin Cancer Updates
Vitiligo Vitiligo is a skin condition of white patches resulting from loss of pigment. Any part of the body may be affected. Usually both sides of the body are similarly affected by a few too many milky-white patches. Common areas of involvement are the face, lips, hands, arms, legs and genital areas.
Who Gets Vitiligo
Vitiligo affects one or two of every 100 people. About half the people who develop it do so before the age of 20; about one fifth have a family member with this condition. Most people with vitiligo are in good general health.
What Determines Skin Color
Melanin, the pigment that determines color of skin, hair, and eyes, is produced in cells called melanocytes. If these cells die or cannot form melanin, the skin becomes lighter or completely white.
What Causes Vitiligo
  • Abnormally functioning nerve cells may make toxic substances that injure melanocytes
    Pigment-producing cells may self-destruct. While pigment is forming, toxic byproducts could be produced and destroy melanocytes.
    There is a genetic defect that makes the melanocytes susceptible to injury.
  • 5. Vitiligo / Family Village
    Who to Contact Where to Go to Chat with Others Any topic directly related to how vitiligo has, is or will be affecting your life, your health and your psyche.
    Who to Contact
    Where to Go to Chat with Others

    Learn More About It

    Web Sites
    Who to Contact
    National Vitiligo Foundation
    611 South Fleishel Ave
    Suite 200
    Tyler, TX 75701
    (903) 525-1234 (Fax)
    The National Vitiligo Foundation (NVF) is the world center for those with Vitiligo. The Foundation strived to locate, inform, and counsel Vitilgo patients and their families; to increase public awareness and concern for the Vitiligo patient; to broaden the concern for the patient within the medical community; to encourage, promote and fund increased scientific and clinical research on the cause, treatment and ultimate cure.
    Where to Go to Chat with Others
      Any topic directly related to how vitiligo has, is or will be affecting your life, your health and your psyche. All family members and friends are invited to join, including spouses, parents, children and friends of anyone affected by vitiligo, as well as anyone with vitiligo. Medical professionals are also welcome.
      To subscribe send a message to:

    6. Questions And Answers About Vitiligo
    Interessenvertretung der vitiligoBetroffenen in Deutschland Die Seiten des DVV sind nun im vitiligo-Webring eingetragen. Über diesen Webring gelangt man zu weiteren interessanten
    Health Information Health Topics Order Publications Studies with Patients Patient Research Registries ... NIAMS Coalition Members Search NIAMS
    Health Topics
    Publication Date May 2001 Questions and Answers about Vitiligo What Is Vitiligo? Vitiligo (vit-ill-EYE-go) is a pigmentation disorder in which melanocytes (the cells that make pigment) in the skin, the mucous membranes (tissues that line the inside of the mouth and nose and genital and rectal areas), and the retina (inner layer of the eyeball) are destroyed. As a result, white patches of skin appear on different parts of the body. The hair that grows in areas affected by vitiligo usually turns white. The cause of vitiligo is not known, but doctors and researchers have several different theories. One theory is that people develop antibodies that destroy the melanocytes in their own bodies. Another theory is that melanocytes destroy themselves. Finally, some people have reported that a single event such as sunburn or emotional distress triggered vitiligo; however, these events have not been scientifically proven to cause vitiligo. Who Is Affected by Vitiligo?

    7. Vitiligo Support - Homepage
    Offers treatment information, social support, message boards and chat to those affected by vitiligo.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders vitiligo...... Join us in the CHAT ROOM every Thursday 7pm (Pacific) (10pm Eastern) for our Officialvitiligo Chat Night! More about vitiligo Support Poll is off line
    Vitiligo Chat Room Main Message Board All Message Boards Our ListServ - NEW! ... Vitiligo Links Doctor Search Our Mission Terms of Service Meet the Staff Contact Us ...
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    every Thursday 7pm (Pacific) (10pm Eastern) for our Official Vitiligo Chat Night! "...I am so happy to have found such an informative site with current information!" is the largest vitiligo support organization in the world, with more than 18,000 members. We are a free and voluntarily-run web community created as a grassroots approach to the skin disorder known as vitiligo. There is no charge whatsoever to join and participate. Here you can learn about the latest treatment information and the search for a cure. We have regular chats, and active, friendly message board conversations. To join the site and access all of our info, message boards and chats, click here More about Vitiligo Support... Vitiligo Support member Kaleah Mishon meets Whoopi Goldberg in New York, a

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    Information pertaining to operative treatment of vitiligo.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders vitiligo......Welcome to vitiligo.NET! This page requires a browser that is capable of displayingframes. If you have a question, please email
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    10. American Vitiligo Research Foundation, Inc.
    Provides public awareness and counseling to the families and those afflicted by this disease. Supports Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders vitiligo...... Events page to sign up for AVRF emails about the AVRF July 2003 Seminar _Welcome to the American vitiligo Research Foundation
    American Vitiligo Research Foundation, Inc.
    P.O. Box 7540 Clearwater, FL 33758
    Phone: (727) 461-3899 Fax: (727) 461-4796
    E-Mail: "We Walk By Faith, Not By Sight"



    ... SUPPORTED LINKS Please visit our page
    to sign up for AVRF emails about the AVRF July 2003 Seminar
    Welcome to the
    American Vitiligo Research Foundation This website was created to help vitiligo patients and their families. The AVRF strives to raise awareness, educate, and help patients live with a greater understanding and acceptance of vitiligo. Vitiligo does not discriminate...Vitiligo is not contagious.
    Vitiligo can strike anyone at anytime during his or her life. Symptomatic of vitiligo is the absence of pigment producing cells, leaving chalky white spots that can spread over the body and face, or may be limited to a specific pattern. Vitiligo affects people of all ages, races, both genders, and is found worldwide. We have designed our website for children as well as adults.

    11. Association Française Du Vitiligo
    Soutien et informations des patients touch©s par le vitiligo.

    of the treatment, photographs and bibliography.......Microphototherapy for the treatment of vitiligo, available only in Italy.
    Scientific Coordination
    Prof. Torello M. Lotti

    Department of Dermatology,
    University of Florence - ITALY
    Thomas Jefferson University,
    Philadelphia - PA. - USA Milan Rome Montecatini Terme
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    13. Vitiligo-Therapie Homepage
    Patientenorientiertes Informationsangebot zu Erscheinungsbild, Ursachen und Behandlungsm¶glichkeiten der vitiligo (Weissfleckenerkrankung).
    Die Internetseite
    "Vitiligo-Therapie" ist ein patientenorientiertes Informationsangebot
    Was ist Vitiligo?
    Wer hat Vitiligo? In Vorbereitung Vitiligotherapie Vitiligo und die Psyche Vitiligo und andere Erkrankungen Vitiligo-Links ... weitere Informationen zum Thema Vitiligo Chronik Impressum englischsprachige

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    14. Vitiligo Switchboard
    A portal for vitiligo patients.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Skin Disorders vitiligo...... Survey Survey on vitiligo 13Jul-99 Search Engines for vitiligo OpenDirectory 20-Jul-99 Health Canada 04-Aug-99 11-Aug-99
    Sponsored by the Sovo Computer Center Inc. Books For Sale A total of visitors at this site since Jun 6,96.
    Please read the Internet Switchboard Home Page
    Click to goto Investor Switchboard Click=>Associate Table of Contents
    Articles: Vitiligo


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    This distribution list is for the Vitiligo Switchboard Associates for the following purposes:
    1) Be informed on changes and new developments on the Vitiligo Switchboard. 2) Participate and help out with research in various departments. 3) Supply your feedback and comments. 4) Share your Vitiligo links. 5) Participate in the Development of the Web Site, Subscribe to The Vitiligo Switchboard Associate distribution list Enter your e-mail address: vitiligo-switchboard-associates Archive An e-group hosted by FindMail's Site Lists
    Galderma Laboratories, Inc. [04-Aug-99]
    Wayne T. McCormack's links
    Snap.Com [11-Aug-99] Survey
    Survey on Vitiligo [13-Jul-99] Search Engines: for Vitiligo
    Open Directory [20-Jul-99]
    Health Canada [04-Aug-99]

    15. -*^*-Welcome To Noble Vitiligo Clinic-*^*-
    Explains vitiligo in detail giving its causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Patients can ask Dr. Vivek Bhat their queries on any skin problem.
    Vitiligo is a pigmentation disorder in which melanocytes in the skin - tissues that line the inside of the mouth, nose, the genital areas, the rectal areas (mucous membranes) and the retina of the eyes - are destroyed as a result of which white patches of skin appear on different parts of the body. Best viewed at 800 x 600 Resulation
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    16. Vitiligo/ Alopecia
    A personal page sharing experiences, treatments and links about the diseases. In Swedish and English.
    In English please
    Den här sidan har jag framför allt gjort för dig som själv har Vitiligo eller Alopecia Areata och för dig som har släkt eller vänner med vitiligo/alopecia. Jag vill dela med mig av den kunskap och de erfarenheter som jag har och som jag hoppas kan vara till nytta för dig. Vitiligo och AA har flera likheter, båda tillstånden (eller sjukdomarna?) tros bero på att immunförsvaret angriper de egna cellerna och det är inte ovanligt med sköldkörtelproblem.
    Ta mig till vitiligoinformationen
    Ta mig till alopeciinformationen s="na";c="na";j="na";f=""+escape(document.referrer)
    Besök också anslagstavlan där du kan utbyta tankar med andra eller dela med dig av dina erfarenheter av Vitiligo eller Alopecia.
    För den engelska versionen har jag fått den här utmärkelsen, som också innebär att sidan är länkad från undervisningslänksidan Study Web När jag för några år sedan även fick psoriasis och hade alla tre sjukdomarna på en gång - tyckte jag nog att det var lite för mycket. Det jag hade var en ovanligare form av psoriasis som inte bildar stora sjok vid leder - vilket är vanligast. Det jag fick kallas för droppformig psoriasis och yttrar sig som små prickar över hela kroppen. Tur i oturen eftersom det ser trevligare ut än vanlig psoriasis. Jag hade bara psoriasis i några månader. Det var en ovanligt stark stress som utlöste det och när allt lugnade ned sig försvann det. Har jag tur så kommer det aldrig tillbaks . . . peppar, peppar. Besök också min personliga hemsida

    17. National Vitiligo Foundation
    National vitiligo Foundation, a patient oriented site dedicated to informationon the cure and treatment of vitiligo. WHAT IS vitiligo?
    National Vitiligo Foundation
    611 South Fleishel Ave. Tyler, TX 75701
    Phone: (903) 531-0074 Fax: (903) 525-1234
    Vitligo Basics

    Aaron Lerner, M.D. and Gisela Moellmann, Ph.D.
    Department of Dermatology, Yale University

    Patients with Vitiligo develop white spots in the skin that vary in size and location. The spots occur when pigment cells, or melanocytes, are destroyed and the pigment melanin can no longer be produced. Melanocytes normally occur throughout the skin, and in the hair follicles, mouth, eyes, and some parts of the central nervous system. In Vitiligo, pigment cells can be lost in any of these areas. Common sites of pigment loss are:
    • Exposed areas: hands, face, upper part of the chest
    • Around body openings: eyes, nostrils, mouth, nipples, umbilicus, genitalia
    • Body folds: arm pits, groin
    • Sites of injury: cuts, scrapes, burns
    • Hair: early graying of hair of the scalp, beard or other areas
    • Area immediately surrounding pigmented moles
    • Choroid of the eye

    18. Vitiligo
    Describes in detail how practitioners in China solve this disorder with TCM herbal products and herbs. Information about TCM books, qigong, tuina and acupuncture included.
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    Vitiligo is an acquired skin disease of localized pigment loss, which is characterized by irregular white patches on the skin without subjective symptom. Main Points of Diagnosis 1. The white patches vary in size, shape and numbers, with clear border. There may be an increase in pigment around the white patches. The hair on the becomes white, too. The white patches may gradually expand and coalesce with each other. They may be stable and unchangeable at the advanced stage. Some child patients may recover spontaneously at the early stage. 2. There is no subjective symptom. Erythema and blisters may appear after exposure to sunlight. The patient has a sense of burning heat on the affected part. 3. The disease is chronic. It may occur at any age, any site, and is common in adolescents. Differentiation and Treatment of Common Syndromes 1. Internal Treatment

    19. International Symposium On Vitiligo
    International Symposium on vitiligo, 1617 May 2003, The Royal Collegeof Physicians, London. International Symposium on vitiligo.
    Welcome Programme General Information Submit an Abstract ... Registration International Symposium on Vitiligo
    The Royal College of Physicians, London Vitiligo from Gene to Clinic: New Insights in Research and Treatment
    please note: this event is for medical professionals only
    Welcome invitation On behalf of the Vitiligo Society, we are delighted to extend to you a warm invitation to attend the third International Symposium on Vitiligo which will be held on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 May 2003 at the Royal College of Physicians, in the Regent's Park area of London.
    We include here the programme for the forthcoming meeting which will concentrate on what is new in vitiligo treatment and research. We are especially pleased that Dr Richard Spritz of the University of Colorado has agreed to give the keynote address on the current genetic research in vitiligo being undertaken by the international team which he heads.
    On the afternoon of Friday 16 May there will be a challenging debate about suitable treatments for vitiligo and whether or not to treat patients who have the condition. The debate will provide an unrivalled opportunity for you to contribute to this important discussion. There are strongly held views on both sides of the argument, so we expect a lively afternoon!

    20. Velkommen Til Den Norske Vitiligosiden
    Interesseforening for de som har sykdommen vitiligo. Informasjon om sykdommen og behandling, tips, forum og lenker.
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