Leukoderma

What is Leukoderma?

Leukoderma is a cutaneous condition, an acquired condition with localized loss of pigmentation of the skin that may occur after any number of inflammatory skin conditions, burns, intralesional steroid injections, postdermabrasion, etc.

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Whether blood transfusing causes vitiligo lueucoderma?

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Brief Answer:
No it is not due to blood transfusion.

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Discovered a white patch behind my aunts ear as if the my skin was bleached, accompanied with a sore. What could it...

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Brief Answer:
White patch behind ear

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Welcome to healthcare magic,
The depigmented patch behind the ear looks like...

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I recently noticed two circular small white spot in leg. Can this be Leukoderma? Need to know corrective action I need to take from my...

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Brief Answer:
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Hi XXXXXXX
Thanks for writing to us.
These circular white spots could be leukoderma or post...

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