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m 31 y presented with these hypopigmented lesions from 4 years progressive no itching no any other family member affected h/o asthma on mdi asthalin and tab betnesol no chemical exposure suggest dd n rx

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IGH GIVE TACROLIMUS WITH ASSURANCE

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Vitiligo-like hypopigmented skin lesions more prevalent in asthmatic patients, compared to general population.

Vitiligo Tacrolimus 0.03%oint twice daily Orally tab vit d3 60k weekly Antioxidents

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POSSIBLY VITILIGO PATCHES

Vitiligo patches

VITILIGO..

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Vitiligo.

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Vitiligo

Vitiligo

Vitiligo

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