By Gerald W. Volcheck
Allergic illnesses are universal and are noticeable via a wide selection of overall healthiness care services. In scientific hypersensitive reaction: prognosis and administration, the writer presents a realistic scientific assessment that covers the typical problems encountered within the forte of hypersensitivity.
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1993; Martins & Earnshaw 1997). In this process, an apoptotic cell will fragment into small pieces that are phagocytosed by macrophages in the vicinity, without resulting in the stimulation of an antigenic mediated cellular and/or humoral immune response. In theory, keratinocytes could effectively phagocytose fragmented apoptotic vitiligo melanocytes and carry the debris with them as they migrate up the stratum corneum where they desquamate off the epidermis. This process may be histologically indistinguishable from the normal process of melanosome transfer to, and degradation in, the keratinocyte.
These melanocytes appear to have larger cell bodies and their dendrites are more arborized than normal melanocytes. In addition, melanocyte fragmentation was also noted in this area. In contrast, some reports have described the melanocytes at the border to be normal histologically (Bleehen 1979) and healthy ultrastructurally (Moellmann et al. e. a progressing as opposed to dormant lesion. It is possible that the destructive events in vitiligo are arrested when the lesion is not advancing. E. J.
To augment the visualization of melanin synthesis and deposition in the epidermis, the Masson-Fontana silver reduction staining technique (Masson 1948)was performed on split skin obtained from depigmented lesions (Hu et al. 1959). Most specimens remained unreactive throughout the lesional area, an observation that confirms the absence of melanin. The investigators did observe occasional, weakly silver-positivecells within the intermediate zone between the depigmented lesion and the surrounding normally pigmented skin.