Vitiligo occurs due to the death or interruption of the functioning of the chromosomal cells that produce melanin and causes the loss of skin color and the appearance of white spots in different areas of the body, which is not contagious. Vitiligo is more pronounced in owners of dark skin. Vitch begins in general, in an exposed area of the body, after exposure to the sun in the spring or injury and injuries vary in size to vary between simple areas to large areas, and the borders are sharp with excessively colored ends.
There are many solutions for Vitiligo treatment, including the device Exemer Lite, which stimulates the immune system and improves the chromosomal cells until you produce melanin for the treatment of albinism, a modern technique and an excellent and quick choice for treatment also stem cell therapy or surgical treatment (transplantation of chromosomes) it is advisable to visit the nearest clinic or clinic to reveal at the dermatologist to find out the best treatment foryou.
- Loss of skin color, usually on areas exposed to sunlight (e.g. hands, feet, arms, face and lips). They alsoinclude:
- The appearance of whitespots.
- Loss of color in tissues (mucous membranes) inside the mouth andnose.
- Change the color of the inner layer of the eyeball(retina).
Diagnosis of Vitiligo
- Taking a small sample (biopsy) of the affected skin.
- Medical and familyhistory.
- Laboratory tests: bloodanalysis.
- Clinical Examination
Kinds of Vitiligo
Non-definitive: associated with autoimmune conditions, the immune system attacks the cells ofthe body causing white spots in the body.
- There is no way to determine whether vitreous will spread later or remain in oneplace.
People with alabyte have an increased risk of developing:
- Difficulty in breathing
- Skin cancer and sunburn.
- Inflammation in the iris (inflammation of theiris).
- Loss of hearing
Guidance for people with Vitiligo
- Book a clinic appointment with the doctor to determine the most appropriate solution according to the case.
- Protecting the skin from sunlight.
- Avoid exposure to chemicals.
- Avoid using any unlicensed creams or mixtures.