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Universal Vitiligo

The general belief regarding the chronic skin disease, known as Vitiligo, is that it is caused by the disability of our immune system which results in the appearance of milky white, smooth patches when a part of body stops producing melanin or starts destroying melanocytes (cells responsible for making pigment in the skin) without any obvious reason. Universal Vitiligo is one of the various forms of the Vitiligo disease.

Universal Vitiligo, also known as Vitiligo Totalis, refers to the total or complete spread of Vitiligo disease or white patches on the body. This form of Vitiligo is not just subjected to one area, as in Universal Vitiligo, the pigment is usually lost from entire body surface except a few small islands of normally pigmented skin. This Vitiligo has been in spotlight for quite some time now as a well known pop artist from all around the world, called Michael Jackson, suffered from it as well. It was first misconception that he used to bleach his body as to change his color but then with passage of time it was evidently clear that it was nothing more than Universal Vitiligo.

Permanent medical bleaching of the normal skin is usually the only option for people suffering with Universal Vitiligo.

This chronic skin disease is more likely to develop in people with certain immune diseases, such as hyperthyroidism, alopecia areata, and pernicious anemia; although, scientists still do not know the exact reason for the association between Vitiligo and these autoimmune diseases. Nevertheless, Vitiligo may also be hereditary; that is, it can run in families. This skin disease can affect anyone regardless of age, gender and race. The majority of the people, who have Vitiligo, develop it before age of 20; whereas, some also develop it before the age of 40.

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