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Albinism is a condition in which people are born with insufficient amounts of the pigment melanin, which is responsible for hair, skin, and eye color.


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WikiMD Resources for Albinism

Articles on Albinism

Govt. policies / Guidelines
  1. UpToDate on Albinism
  2. Most recent articles on Albinism
  3. Most cited articles on Albinism
  4. Review articles on Albinism
  5. Articles on Albinism in N Eng J Med, Lancet, BMJ
  1. US National Guidelines Clearinghouse on Albinism
  2. NICE Guidance on Albinism
  3. NHS PRODIGY Guidance
  4. FDA on Albinism
  5. CDC on Albinism

Media articles Albinism

Patient Resources / Community
  1. slides on Albinism
  2. Images of Albinism
  3. Photos of Albinism
  4. Podcasts & MP3s on Albinism
  5. Videos on Albinism
  1. Patient resources on Albinism
  2. Discussion groups on Albinism
  3. Patient Handouts on Albinism
  4. Directions to Hospitals Treating Albinism
  5. Risk calculators and risk factors for Albinism

Evidence Based Medicine

Healthcare Provider Resources
  1. Cochrane Collaboration on Albinism
  2. Bandolier on Albinism
  3. TRIP on Albinism
  1. Symptoms of Albinism
  2. Causes & Risk Factors for Albinism
  3. Diagnostic studies for Albinism
  4. Treatment of Albinism

Clinical Trials

News on Albinism
  1. Ongoing Trials on Albinism at Clinical
  2. Trial results on Albinism
  3. Clinical Trials on Albinism at Google
  1. Albinism in the news
  2. Be alerted to news on Albinism
  3. News trends on Albinism

Definition of Albinism

Flickr on Albinism
  1. Definitions of Albinism
  1. Flickr on Albinism

Books on the topic

Facebook posts Albinism
  1. Books on Albinism
  1. Facebook posts related to Albinism

Continuing medical education (CME)

Tweets about Albinism
  1. CME Programs on Albinism
  1. Twitter tweets related to Albinism
Pintest on Albinism Commentary & #Albinism
  1. Pintest on Albinism
  1. Blogs on Albinism
  2. #Albinism

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