Vitiligo repigmentation: What's new?

2015 Global Dermatology  
Vitiligo is a relatively common acquired skin disorder, characterized by the progressive loss of melanocytes, which results in white patches. Classically, vitiligo's treatments have been considered unsatisfactory and challenging. Recent advances in the knowledge of vitiligo's pathogenesis have contributed to find better therapeutic options, so that at present many patients find a solution for depigmented skin. The authors show new promising technologies for vitiligo's repigmentation.
doi:10.15761/god.1000125 fatcat:piuk4rfaofbxfadmemv7haioci