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Vitiligo subtypes indicate unstable, active disease


Subtypes such as confetti vitiligo and trichrome vitiligo can be signs of unstable active disease, says expert Seemal R. Desai, M.D., FAAD.

In the video below, Dr. Desai explains vitiligo subtypes, including confetti vitiligo and trichrome vitiligo, a topic he covered during his presentation at the AAD Virtual Meeting Experience (VMX) in June.

Related: Dr. Desai details best practices for treating unstable vitiligo in this video interview.

More vitiligo topics:

Stay tuned: Vitiligo can be psychologically devastating for patients. Dr. Desai shares how recent advances in vitiligo treatment offer hope to patients impacted by the disease.

For more about AAD VMX, click here.

Desai S. What's New in Vitiligo. Therapeutic Hotline. AAD VMX 2020; June 12, 2020.

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