Vitiligo will not be passed on to the next generation?

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Vitiligo is not necessarily genetic, but there is a certain genetic predisposition.In other words, genetic factors play a role in the occurr

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Vitiligo is not necessarily genetic, but there is a certain genetic predisposition.

In other words, genetic factors play a role in the occurrence of vitiligo.

Some scholars have reported that vitiligo may be a dominant genetic disease. But no clear dominant gene was found.

Domestic scholars through large-scale epidemiological survey found that the incidence of vitiligo in patients with vitiligo family members is about 3% to 12%. From the analysis of the entire population, genetic is only a factor in the pathogenesis of vitiligo.

In addition, lifestyle, working and living environment, eating habits, mental state, etc., also plays an important role, the general must be in the genetic and environmental factors have the conditions will be affected.

Even if there are genetic factors, as long as the impact of environmental factors, it may not occur.

 

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