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Clinical profiles of vitiligo in china: an analysis of 3742 patients.
As per data available and to the best source of knowledge, till 1955,.The Organizing Secretary was Prof.After obtaining a written informed consent, all patients were submitted to a full history taking, general medical and skin examination, otological history examination.Annular leukocytoclastic vasculitis associated with monoclonal gammopathy of unknown significance.Roopak Saxena for the years the outstretched shadow audiobook 20In 1935-36, a journal named Indian Journal of Venereal Diseases was released, which was edited.International Journal of Dermatology 2005; 44: 193-196.The Hippocratic symbol superimposed on a map of India indicates that the association will spread to every nook and corner of this country.The present study along with other study indicated that vitiligo starts early in life.The process of online updating of members?In: Burns T, Breathnach S, Cox N, Griffiths C, editors.Med Clin North.Cupid is the God of love (Kamadeva).Vitiligo vulgaris was the most common type.
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