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What is Vitiligo in infants?

What is Vitiligo in infants?

A condition where infants suffer from lack of pigmentation or whitening of areas of the skin. The condition is more obvious in babies with darker skin ...more »

  • Vitiligo in infants: Condition where areas of de-pigmented (whitened) skin develops; occurs in people of all races and skin colours but more noticeable on darker skinned individuals.

Vitiligo in infants: Introduction

Types of Vitiligo in infants:

Broader types of Vitiligo in infants:

What causes Vitiligo in infants?

Causes of Vitiligo in infants: see causes of Vitiligo in infants

What are the symptoms of Vitiligo in infants?

Symptoms of Vitiligo in infants: see symptoms of Vitiligo in infants

Can anyone else get Vitiligo in infants?

More information: see contagiousness of Vitiligo in infants
Inheritance: see inheritance of Vitiligo in infants

Vitiligo in infants: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Vitiligo in infants.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Vitiligo in infants.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Vitiligo in infants: Pediatrician ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Vitiligo in infants.
Treatments for Vitiligo in infants: see treatments for Vitiligo in infants

Name and Aliases of Vitiligo in infants

Main name of condition: Vitiligo in infants

Other names or spellings for Vitiligo in infants:


Vitiligo in infants: Related Conditions

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