DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/issn.2455-4529.IntJResDermatol20211712

Unilateral morphea following unilateral vitiligo: a rare occurrence

Arisha Salam, Geo Danny, N. Ashok Kumar, Archana Manohar

Abstract


Morphea and vitiligo are two different conditions for which etiology is unknown. Many pathogenic mechanisms have been postulated for these two conditions, of which autoimmune mechanism is common to both. We here by present a case of a 36 years old female with occurrence of unilateral morphea following unilateral vitiligo.


Keywords


Morphea, Vitiligo, Unilateral

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