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Vitiligo Clinical Trials

A listing of Vitiligo medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (34) clinical trials

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of 24 weeks of treatment with INCB018424 cream in subjects with vitiligo.


Comparative Study of Surgical Treatment of Vitiligo

Background: Vitiligo is characterized by a depigmentation acquired with partial or total loss of melanocytes from the epidermis, causing great psychosocial impact. Several therapeutic modalities have been proposed for its treatment and surgical treatments have been shown to be promising, especially in recalcitrant cases. The technique of epidermal rasping grafting, ...

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The Evaluation of Vitiligous Lesions Repigmentation After the Administration of Atorvastatin Calcium Salt and Simvastatin-acid Sodium Salt in Patients With Active Vitiligo

According to available data, statins act through several immunological pathways, potentially reversing undesirable phenomena underlying autoimmune vitiligo pathogenesis. A study has been designed as a single-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled pilot study with the enrollment of at least 20 active non-segmental vitiligo patients presenting with vitiligous lesions on both upper and ...


Expression of LC3-I LC3-II & Beclin 1 in Vitiligo

The exact mechanism of impairment of autophagy in vitiligo has not yet been determined.

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Comparative Study Using Dermabrasion vs CO2 Laser & Collagen Dressing vs Vaseline Gauze in MKTP

The melanocyte keratinocyte transplant procedure (MKTP) has been shown to be effective in treating vitiligo and other conditions with depigmented skin. MKTP involves the transplantation of melanocytes and keratinocytes from normal skin onto the depigmented skin in order to repigment the skin. Both dermabrasion and carbon dioxide lasers have been ...

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Effectivness of Topical Tacrolimus Monotherapy in Patients With Vitiligo

Study approval: The study was submitted for approval by Scientific and Ethical Committee at Faculty of Medicine, Sohag University. An informed written consent will be obtained from all participants. Study design: randomized controlled trial. Study population: the study will include patients who attend the outpatient Clinic of Dermatology & Venereology ...


Mechanisms of Action of Photo(Chemo)Therapy in Skin Diseases

This study is performed in order to investigate the molecular mechanisms of action of photo(chemo)therapy in skin diseases, including psoriasis, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, other lymphoproliferative disorders of the skin, eczema, lichen planus, prurigo/pruritus, polymorphic light eruption, mastocytosis, graft-versus-host disease, vitiligo and other photo(chemo)therapy-responsive diseases. Twenty patients will be enrolled per ...

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Maintenance Therapy of 308-nm Excimer Laser Therapy in Patients With Vitiligo

For a total period of 12 months, perform the 308-nm excimer laser treatment once a month. Check for signs of enlarged vitiligo lesions at 3-month intervals for a total period of 12 months. An independent evaluator will obtain the score of vitiligo area (Vitiligo Extent Score) from comparing clinical photographs ...

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Evaluation of Scanoskin for the Assessment of Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a common, disfiguring skin complaint which affects between 0.5 and 2% of the world population and which presents with de-pigmented patches of skin. Highly stigmatising it has a profound psychological impact on those affected and negatively impacts quality of life. Efficacy of current therapies which include topical steroids/calcineurin ...

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Transplantation of Basal Cell Layer Suspension Using Derma-rolling System in Vitiligo

Condition: stable lesion of non segmental and segmental vitiligo of adults. Background: The best method to transepidermally deliver isolated cells (melanocytes) is not yet defined. Microneedle treatment of the " ex vivo " human skin caused many thin vertical epidermodermal fissures and a variable depth of injury into the dermis ...

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