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A Review of Monochromatic Excimer Light (MEL) in Vitiligo
British Journal of Dermatology,

Park KK et al. – Both MEL modalities have a limited adverse side effect profile. Its long–term effects are yet to be determined; however, based on available data on ultraviolet B (UVB) phototherapy as well as the properties of monochromatic excimer light (MEL) devices, there is probably only a minimal increased malignancy risk.

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