Vitiligo is known to occur with many autoimmune diseases. The present study was conducted to assess cases of Vitiligo in study group.
Materials & Methods: The present study was conducted on 112 cases of vitiligo of both genders. The extent of body surface area involvement was measured.
Results: Out of 112 participants, males were 52 and females were 60. The site of involvement was upper limb in 14, lower limb in 8, lips in 4, scalp, face & neck I 52, trunck in 23 and eyelid in 11. The difference was significant (P< 0.05). Most common triggering factors are identified by patients (40), physical trauma (48), surgery (3), psychological stress (12), pregnancy (5) and medical illness (4). The difference was significant (P< 0.05). Segmental pattern was seen in 14, non- segmental in 68, mixed in 20, vitiligo universalis in 5, genital involvement in 3 and mucosal involvement in 2.
Conclusion: Vitiligo is a common skin disease. Most cases were in females and Scalp, face, neck were the mostly affected.