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Chapter 100. Vitiligo

Distribution and Individual Lesions

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Fig. 100-1

Bilateral, nearly symmetrical patches.


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Fig. 100-2

Depigmentation of skin and hair.


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Fig. 100-3

Bilateral, symmetrical zones of depigmentation.


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Fig. 100-4

Bilateral, symmetrical depigmentation of skin of eyelids.


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Fig. 100-5

Perioral and juxtaocular depigmentation. The nevi on the face, including the ear, are of Miescher’s type.


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Fig. 100-6

A patch of depigmentation across the lower lip and to a lesser extent the upper lip.


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Fig. 100-7

Patches of depigmentation.


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Fig. 100-8

Depigmentation at the angles of the mouth.


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Fig. 100-9

Bilateral, symmetrical depigmented macules and patches.


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Fig. 100-10

Widespread macules and patches of hypopigmentation.


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Fig. 100-11

Patches of depigmentation.


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Fig. 100-12

Bilateral symmetrical depigmentation.


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Fig. 100-13

Depigmentation bilaterally and nearly symmetrically. In zones of depigmentation are tiny macules of repigmentation.


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Fig. 100-14

Bilateral, symmetrical, sharply circumscribed depigmented patches.


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Fig. 100-15

Macules and patches of depigmentation.


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Fig. 100-16

A patch of depigmentation with an ill-defined margin and numerous folliculocentric macules of repigmentation.


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Fig. 100-17

Macules and patches of depigmentation.


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Fig. 100-18

A hypopigmented, sharply circumscribed patch.


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Fig. 100-19

Patches of depigmentation in bilateral, symmetrical fashion.


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Fig. 100-20

Zones of depigmentation.


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Fig. 100-21

Depigmentation in sock-like distribution.