1958
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1958.01560090088018
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The Relationship of Pruritus and Local Skin Conditions to the Development of Vitiligo

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“…Kaposi was the first to point out that the starting point of some vitiligo lesions could be caused by local conditions 18 . Several reports have subsequently shown that the Koebner phenomenon occurs in the majority of vitiligo patients 19–27 . In our experience, vitiligo vulgaris macules frequently appear at sites subjected to repeated mechanical traumas of various origins, e.g.…”
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“…Kaposi was the first to point out that the starting point of some vitiligo lesions could be caused by local conditions 18 . Several reports have subsequently shown that the Koebner phenomenon occurs in the majority of vitiligo patients 19–27 . In our experience, vitiligo vulgaris macules frequently appear at sites subjected to repeated mechanical traumas of various origins, e.g.…”
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confidence: 56%
“…Pruritus in vitiligo was first reported in 1958. 6 Published data on the prevalence and characteristics of itch in vitiligo are very limited. In a study of 245 patients with generalized vitiligo, 20% of patients had pruritus.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The prevalence of itch in this study is higher than a previous report. According to a study by Levai, 44% of vitiligo patients had a history of prior skin disease in an area of depigmentation, 15% had depigmentation in areas of constant pressure or irritation, and 10% complained of itching without prior history of skin disease or trauma [ 8 ]. The higher prevalence of itch in our study could be due to the differences in the study population.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, itch was occasionally mentioned in some vitiligo patients. According to a study by Levai, vitiligo affected patients, with or without the presence of irritated skin lesions, can suffer from itch prior to the appearance of depigmented patches [ 8 ]. Furthermore, published data on the prevalence and characteristics of itch in vitiligo are very limited.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%