Types of the Vitiligo

Vitiligo is a long term skin condition common in patients with Type 1 Diabetes. This condition produces white depigmentation patches in certain sections of the body. The patches will usually develop gradually and enlarge with age. Most of the people don’t know about the Types of the Vitiligo have some types. They usually intent that vitiligo is vitiligo; there is no difference, no classification of the vitiligo types. But, their intention is not right; it is wrong. Because the Leucoderma or vitiligo disease has several types in the.

Generalized Vitiligo:

Over other body areas like bone joints, eyes, temples, waist areas it can be seen bilateral in most of the cases. This is generalised vitiligo. Distribution of widespread vitiligo also called Generalised vitiligo.

Segmental Vitiligo:

Generally Vitiligo starts from a particular area like one hand, face or from waist line area. At the same time segmental vitiligo can be found connected with Generalised vitiligo in few vitiligo affected cases.

Acrofacial Vitiligo:

Acrofacial vitiligo is the most common type of vitiligo seen. Acrofacial vitiligo has the increase of white patches away from the centre of the body. It is the loss of skin pigmentation occurring on face or extremities like fingers, around mouth and around eyes.