Oculocutaenous Albinism
Oculocutaenous albinism (OCA) generally affects hair, skin and eyes. However, the physical manifestation varies in each person with albinism. The degree of depigmentation that the condition generates also varies in each person. This article provides technical differences in types or forms of albinism.
Biswas S., , Lloyd, I.C.
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Albinism; Oculocutaenous albinism; Types; Appearance and effects; Technical aspects
Archives of Disease in Childhood, 80, 565 - 569.