The evaluation of oxidative stress in vitiligo patients in kerbala province before and after the treatment with vitamin E
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Reference: Abbas, Mohammed Talat, and Zeyad Tarek Habeeb. "The evaluation of oxidative stress in vitiligo patients in kerbala province before and after the treatment with vitamin E". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 1 (2019): 359-361.

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Reference: Abbas, Mohammed Talat et al. "The evaluation of oxidative stress in vitiligo patients in kerbala province before and after the treatment with vitamin E". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, vol. 13, no. 1, 2019, pp. 359-361.

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Abstract

The main objective of this trial is to estimate the level of MDA and evaluate the effectiveness of total antioxidants in vitiligo patients and in addition to find out whether vitamin E has a role in prevention or treatment in the treatment of vitiligo. The duration of the study lasted for two months and was conducted in the city of Karbala and in Al-Husseini Hospital, the study was conducted on 25 patients with vitiligo disease and some biochemical tests were measured in serum patients before and after treatment with vitamin E. The number of volunteers for a healthy group was 25. In this trial, there was a significant reduction in the effectiveness of antioxidants and a significant elevate in MDA levels in vitiligo as compare to group of normal or healthy group, but this elevate in MDA begin to decline and at the same time start the effectiveness of antioxidants rise after treatment with vitamin A.It has been concluded that vitamin E acts as a potent anti-oxidant and it is possible and likely to reduce oxidetive stres which is amajor cause of vitilgo.

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