Ambresh S. Badad, Shruti A. Badad


Childhood vitiligo is a common presentation in dermatology out patient. It has to be differentiated from various nevoid and hereditary disorders. Familial association is common and others have autoimmune disorders association. Segmental type is very common. It can be associated with anxiety and depression because of their unusual appearance.


Vitiligo, Segmental, Familial, Childhood vitiligo, Clinico-epidemiological study, Autoimmune disorder.


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