Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 4 pp 5415—5425

A retrospective study of long term follow-up of 2283 vitiligo patients treated by autologous, non-cultured melanocyte–keratinocyte transplantation

A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (A) Before surgery. A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (B) Three months after autologous non-cultured melanocyte-keratinocyte transplantation procedure(MKTP). A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (C) Six months after MKTP with a regimentation of 98%. A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (D) Twelve months after MKTP with a repigmentation of 98%.

Figure 2. A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (A) Before surgery. A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (B) Three months after autologous non-cultured melanocyte-keratinocyte transplantation procedure(MKTP). A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (C) Six months after MKTP with a regimentation of 98%. A 28-year old woman with non-segmental vitiligo on the abdomen. (D) Twelve months after MKTP with a repigmentation of 98%.