Systematic reviews on vitiligo
Do you struggle to find the latest evidence about major skin disorders and their treatments? If so our maps of systematic reviews are for you.
This page is a mapping by topic of systematic reviews on vitiligo, based on searches of PubMed and other sources. Links are given to the PubMed abstract, or the original publication if not in PubMed.
It is important to appraise the quality of systematic reviews before applying to practice—we recommend the AMSTAR tool, which is very quick and easy to use.
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Epidemiology and aetiology
Aetiology & risk factors
Diagnosis & evaluation
Disease impact & treatment cost-effectiveness
Topical calcineurin inhibitors
Topical vitamin D analogues
Topical pseudocatalase/dismutase superoxide
Note: Other topical treatments used in combination therapies are included under "Phototherapy"
Oral ginkgo biloba
Oral antioxidants—vitamin E, Polypodium, L-phenylalanine, vitamin B12, folic acid & zinc sulphate
Note: Other oral treatments used in combination therapies are included under "Phototherapy"
Phototherapy (including combination therapies)
Phototherapy - sunlight
Phototherapy - broadband UVB
Phototherapy - narrowband UVB
Phototherapy - monochromatic excimer lamp (UVB)
Phototherapy - excimer laser
Phototherapy – UVA
Phototherapy – topical PUVA (psoralen plus UVA)
Phototherapy – oral PUVA (psoralen plus UVA) & PUVAsol
Phototherapy - topical khellin plus UVA
Cultured cellular transplantation
Non-cultured cellular transplantation
Laser ablation — Er-YAG & fractional CO2 lasers
Psychological & educational
Chinese herbal medicine
Complementary & alternative therapies