A clinical, biohumoral and immunological study of gastric function was carried out in 31 subjects with a view to evaluating the incidence of the association of pathological alterations, subjective disturbances and modifications in humoral disturbances and modifications in humoral immunity during the condition, which many workers consider to have immunitary pathogenesis. The results obtained suggest that in 50% of cases, vitiligo is associated with various pathological alterations and subjective disturbances. Disease associations and biohumoral and immunological alterations are more frequent in patients with hypergastrinaemia and/or circulating auto antibodies, but at the present time there are no certain factors supporting an immunological pathogenesis.

STUDIO DELL'IMMUNITA UMORALE E DELLA FUNZIONE GASTRICA IN SOGGETTI CON VITILIGINE / Farini, R.; Veller, C.; Di Mario, F.. - In: GIORNALE ITALIANO DI DERMATOLOGIA. MINERVA DERMATOLOGICA. - ISSN 0300-1318. - 111:5(1976), pp. 271-278.

STUDIO DELL'IMMUNITA UMORALE E DELLA FUNZIONE GASTRICA IN SOGGETTI CON VITILIGINE

Di Mario, F.
1976

Abstract

A clinical, biohumoral and immunological study of gastric function was carried out in 31 subjects with a view to evaluating the incidence of the association of pathological alterations, subjective disturbances and modifications in humoral disturbances and modifications in humoral immunity during the condition, which many workers consider to have immunitary pathogenesis. The results obtained suggest that in 50% of cases, vitiligo is associated with various pathological alterations and subjective disturbances. Disease associations and biohumoral and immunological alterations are more frequent in patients with hypergastrinaemia and/or circulating auto antibodies, but at the present time there are no certain factors supporting an immunological pathogenesis.
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