Intraepidermal injection of dissociated epidermal cell suspension improves vitiligo

@article{Khodadadi2010IntraepidermalIO,
  title={Intraepidermal injection of dissociated epidermal cell suspension improves vitiligo},
  author={Laleh Khodadadi and Saeed Shafieyan and Masoud Sotoudeh and Ahmad Vosough Taghi Dizaj and Abdolhossein Shahverdi and Nasser Aghdami and Hossein Baharvand},
  journal={Archives of Dermatological Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={302},
  pages={593-599}
}
This study was initiated to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of intraepidermal injection of dissociated epidermal cells into the lesions of stable vitiligo patients. Autologous dissociated epidermal cell suspensions were injected intraepidermally into 10 stable vitiligo patients. None of the patients received adjuvant therapy. The response was evaluated as: marked (76–100%), moderate (51–75%), mild (26–50%) and minimal repigmentation (0–25%). Transmission electron microscopy was used to… CONTINUE READING

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