How Does Vitiligo Develop?
The beginning and their seriousness in terms of the loss of pigment varies in each person. White people notice the pigment loss during the summer, since it produces a contrast markedly between the diseased skin and tanned skin. Brown-skinned people can be seen the beginning of this depigmentation at any time. If we talk about serious cases, pigment is lost in almost all of the body except the eyes. There is no way to predict how much pigment will lose someone. Some diseases and stress will result in areas more extensive and discolored. http://www.writeiton.com/fitness/IS-VITILIGO-CONTAGIOUS
It is progressive or be controlled!Vitiligo usually begins with a rapid loss of pigment, which is followed by a slower period in which the skin does not change. Later, the loss of pigment begins again, many times - as mentioned-, when the individual suffers from a physical trauma (sunburn) or psychic. The loss of color may continue until, for unknown reasons, the process stops. Cycles of pigment loss, followed by periods of stability may continue indefinitely. It is rare that a patient with vitiligo repayment spontaneously. Many patients who say that they no longer have vitiligo is because they have completely, have become targets.
These patients seem to be cured, but the reality is that they are not. Vitiligo may also take other clinical forms, which, although it is not usual to find them in daily practice, is convenient to remember:a) Full or universal vitiligo: affects the entire body surface, although it often leave small areas of normal pigmented skin(b) Segmental vitiligo: in this way the pigment area follows a distribution by areas or dermatomes.(c) Eye vitiligo: a variable proportion of cases, can detect changes pigmentation in the iris or retina, which are usually asymptomatic, andd) Halo nevus: many patients with vitiligo referred a present or previous history of moles with a halo (Halo) white.
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