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  • Leucoderma Surgery

Leucoderma Surgery There is still a lot of social stigma surrounding Vitiligo. It's a common condition where white patches develop on the skin due to loss of pigment from the affected areas of the skin. In an advanced stage, most of the body skin can lose its pigmentation. At A+ Mediart, we follow two ways for treatment listed as under:
Melanocyte Transplant A technique that involves grafting of melanocyte cell suspension. Skin from an unaffected area is harvested and the layers separated by incubating them with an enzyme called Trypsin. Autologous cells (i.e. cells or tissues obtained from the same individual) epidermal cell suspensions allow large areas to be treated in one session using a small donor graft. What you get is excellent colour matching.
Skin Grafting This is a traditional technique in which normal skin is used as donor tissue and then grafts are surgically transplanted on the areas affected by Vitiligo. The new skin grafts start producing pigment. The melanocytes in the normal transplanted skin continue to produce melanin thus providing pigment to darken the skin.

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