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Children with Vitiligo


Repigmentation response of childhood vitiligo (> 75% and < 75% repigmentation) after reduction of epidermal H2O2 with pseudocatalase PC-KUS: (a) total repigmentation (%) on the face/neck; (b) total repigmentation (%) on the trunk; (c) total repigmentation (%) on the upper and lower extremities; (d) total repigmentation (%) on the hands and feet. n, number of patients in each column.


Clinical examples of repigmentation of vitiligo vulgaris after reduction/removal of epidermal H2O2 by pseudocatalase PC-KUS. (a) Comparison of facial vitiligo vulgaris before treatment (i) and after 12 months of treatment (ii) in an 8-year-old boy (skin phototype III). (b) Vitiligo in the neck area before treatment (i) and after 12 months of treatment (ii) in an 8-year-old girl (skin phototype IV). (c) Vitiligo of the trunk before treatment (i) and after 12 months of treatment (ii) in an 11-year-old boy (skin phototype IV). (d) Vitiligo of the lower extremities before treatment (i) and after 12 months of treatment (ii) in an 11-year-old boy (skin phototype III). (e) Acute vitiligo of both hands before treatment (i) and after 12 months of treatment (ii) in an 8-year-old boy (skin phototype III). Photograph documentation under Wood’s light.


Repigmentation in segmental vitiligo. (a) Facial segmental vitiligo in a 6-year-old girl (skin phototype III) before treatment (i) and after 12 months of treatment (ii). (b) Mixed vitiligo vulgaris and vitiligo segmentalis before treatment (i) and after 12 months of treatment (ii). Note the delayed response in segmental vitiligo.


Dead Sea Article 2010

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