[loo-kuh-dur-muh] /ˌlu kəˈdɜr mə/

noun, Pathology.

leukoderma leu·ko·der·ma or leu·co·der·ma (lōō’kə-dûr’mə)
Partial or total loss of skin pigmentation, often occurring in patches. Also called leukopathia, piebald skin, vitiligo.


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