The article leads one to determine that regular treatment every two days or three times per week is more effective than less frequent treatment plans.
It reads as follows:
The results of monotherapy with NBUVB have been better in Asian skin. Approximately three-quarters of patients in the series by Kanwar et al. achieved greater than 75% to complete repigmentation after NBUVB treatment for a maximum period of 1 year. The mean duration of disease was significantly shorter in those who had marked to complete pigmentation compared with those who had poorer response. As with any treatment modality for vitiligo, the best results were observed in lesions on the face and neck, followed by the proximal limbs and trunk. Perifollicular pigmentation was the most common type of initial repigmentation that was observed in approximately three-quarters of patients. Continue reading