leucoderma

[loo-kuh-dur-muh]
noun Pathology.

Origin:
1880–85; < Neo-Latin; see leuco-, derma

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leucoderma or leukoderma (ˌluːkəʊˈdɜːmə)
 
n
See also albino Also called: vitiligo any area of skin that is white from congenital albinism or acquired absence or loss of melanin pigmentation
 
leukoderma or leukoderma
 
n
 
leuco'dermal or leukoderma
 
adj
 
leuco'dermic or leukoderma
 
adj
 
leuko'dermal or leukoderma
 
adj
 
leuko'dermic or leukoderma
 
adj

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leucoderma leu·co·der·ma (lōō'kə-dûr'mə)
n.
Variant of leukoderma.

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Chemical leucoderma is an industrial disorder in developed countries and the common causative chemicals are phenols and catechols.
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