Recent Examples of vitiligo from the Web
The suspect description is a black male, in his 50s with vitiligo (discoloration) on half his face.
Two Missguided stores now display mannequins with freckles, various skin tones, stretch marks, and vitiligo, a condition that causes loss of skin pigment in patches.
One of King's vitiligo patients, Shahanaj Akter, agreed.
So Crystal has really given me a voice to speak about vitiligo.
As for Harlow, the Canadian model and former America's Next Top Modelcontestant has the skin condition vitiligo.
McDaniel was diagnosed with vitiligo, a disorder that causes patches of his skin to lose color.
Two years ago, the gene didn’t even have a name, but it was linked to vitiligo—a condition where people develop white patches on dark skin.
There are models in hijabs, models with vitiligo, models with physical disabilities.
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Origin and Etymology of vitiligo
First Known Use: circa 1842See Words from the same year
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