Vitiligo, reactive oxygen species and T-cells.

@article{Glassman2011VitiligoRO,
  title={Vitiligo, reactive oxygen species and T-cells.},
  author={Steven J Glassman},
  journal={Clinical science},
  year={2011},
  volume={120 3},
  pages={
          99-120
        }
}
  • Steven J Glassman
  • Published in Clinical science 2011
  • Medicine
  • The acquired depigmenting disorder of vitiligo affects an estimated 1% of the world population and constitutes one of the commonest dermatoses. Although essentially asymptomatic, the psychosocial impact of vitiligo can be severe. The cause of vitiligo remains enigmatic, hampering efforts at successful therapy. The underlying pathogenesis of the pigment loss has, however, been clarified to some extent in recent years, offering the prospect of effective treatment, accurate prognosis and rational… CONTINUE READING

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