1970
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.102.1.110
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Candidiasis, vitiligo, Addison's disease, and hypoparathyroidism

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“…Vitiligo frequently is found with localized or systemic sclero derma [Christianson et al, 1956;Tuffanelli and Winkelmann, 1961;Lerner and Sansing, 1973]. Though both diseases may exhibit antithyroid antibodies [Bor et al, 1969;Fisher and Fitzpatrick, 1970;Stringa et ah, 1971], this does not necessarily point to a common underlying cause.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Vitiligo frequently is found with localized or systemic sclero derma [Christianson et al, 1956;Tuffanelli and Winkelmann, 1961;Lerner and Sansing, 1973]. Though both diseases may exhibit antithyroid antibodies [Bor et al, 1969;Fisher and Fitzpatrick, 1970;Stringa et ah, 1971], this does not necessarily point to a common underlying cause.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Diabetes mellitus (Dawber, 1968;Macaron et al, Hyperthyroidism (Lerner, 1959;Cunliffe et al, 1968;Ochi & de Groot, 1969) Hypothyroidism (Morgans, 1964;Doniach, Grant & Ncwns, 1972; McGregor et al, 1972) Hashimoto's thyroiditis (McGregor et at., 1972) Pernicious anaemia (Francis, 1931;Dawber, 1970;Howitz & Schwartz, 1971) Addison's disease (Addison, 1855;Dunlop, 1963;Lerner, 1971 ; McGregor et al, 1972) Hypoparathyroidism (Fisher & Fitzpatrick, 1970;Fields, Fragola & Hadley, 1971;Hertz el al., 1977) Alopecia areata (Lerner, 1971a;Fields ef a/., i97i;Tan, 1974;Hertaz et al, 1977) Scleroderma (Hertz et al, 1977) Morphoea (Hertz et al, 1977; Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus (Wallace, 1971) Myasthenia gravis (Durance, 1971;Tan, 1974) Auto-immune haemolytic anaemia (Durance, 1971;Walters, Lerner & Nordlund, 1978) Chronic thrombocytopenia (Walters er al., 1978) Melanoma (Lerner, 1971;Milton, McCarthy & Carlon, 1971)…”
Section: Table I Clinical Associations Of Vitiligomentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[10][11][12][13][14][15][16] Furthermore, autoimmune disorders are infamous in the development vitiligo. [17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26] Thyroid diseases, Hashimoto thyroiditis and Grave's disease, [27][28][29] pernicious anemia, [30][31][32][33] diabetes mellitus, 32,34 alopecia areata, 19,[36][37][38] and Addison's disease 22,39,40 are a few pre-eminent disorders prejudiced to develop vitiligo. Auto-antibodies directed against leading and other organ systems might also be present without an explicit clinical correlation.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An assortment of hypothesis, such as neural, bio‐chemic (auto‐cytotoxic), and autoimmune, have been put forward to elucidate its etiopathologic mechanism 10–16 . Furthermore, autoimmune disorders are infamous in the development vitiligo 17–26 . Thyroid diseases, Hashimoto thyroiditis and Grave's disease, 27–29 pernicious anemia, 30–33 diabetes mellitus, 32,34 alopecia areata, 19,36–38 and Addison's disease 22,39,40 are a few pre‐eminent disorders prejudiced to develop vitiligo.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%