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Year : 1978  |  Volume : 44  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 134--137

Serum Copper, Ceruloplasmin and Non Ceruloplasmin Copper Levels in Hyperpigmentary Disorders

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In 50 controls and 50 patients with hyperpigmentation serum copper, ceruloplasmin and non-ceruloplasmin copper have been estimated. Significantly higher levels of serum copper and non-ceruloplasmin copper have been detected in hyperpigmentary disorders. In toxic melanodenna and in females with melasma the main rise had been in non-ceruloplasmin copper, importance of which has been high-lighted.


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