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Vitiligo: its symmetry suggests a cns cause

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Re vitiligo (WDDTY vol 15 no 1), why is it usually so symmetrical? There must be a central cause, especially in the CNS, as I do not know how any other system can cause a symmetrical defect

Re vitiligo (WDDTY vol 15 no 1), why is it usually so symmetrical? There must be a central cause, especially in the CNS, as I do not know how any other system can cause a symmetrical defect.

There is certainly a familial incidence. - Dr P.C. Tatham, Durham


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