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4,223 Possible Causes for Alopecia, Ectropion, Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer

  • Stroke

    10 643·5 to 22 842·6) 31·0 (29·7 to 32·4) * 5·1 (4·3 to 5·8) * 202·3 (136·5 to 292·9) 207·8 (140·1 to 300·1) 212·1 (143·0 to 306·4) 4·9 (4·2 to 5·6) * 2·1 (1·5 to 2·6) * Alopecia[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Blepharitis

    The eyelid inflammation decreased but severe scarring of the marginal eyelids persisted, resulting in cicatricial ectropion.[] […] state is proposed as the cause of a disorder affecting a father and son with chronic dermatitis, purulent blepharitis with corneal ulceration, and scarring pyodermatous alopecia[] The disease process can result in damage to the lids with trichiasis, notching entropion, and ectropion.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Lamellar Ichthyosis

    The generalized skin involvement necessitated the use of an alternative to correct the cicatricial ectropion.[] Generalized large, dark, platelike scale increased in flexures; erythroderma; ectropion; palmoplantar keratoderma; decreased sweating with heat intolerance Hair: Scarring alopecia[] The associated findings in some of the children were ectropion and alopecia. Contractures including pseudoainhum were also observed in some children.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma

    Patients also can present with changes to their nails, hyperpigmentation, alopecia, palmoplantar keratoderma, ectropion, and hepatosplenomegaly.[] CTCL-related alopecia universalis is a rare non-scarring form of hair loss which simulates alopecia areata universalis.[] In addition, these patients can have alopecia (hair loss), nail abnormalities and eye changes (blepharoconjunctivitis and ectropion). How is CTCL diagnosed?[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Congenital Ichthyosis

    A syndrome with severe generalized congenital ichthyosis, alopecia, eclabion, ectropion and mental retardation without neurological symptoms or macular changes in the eyes[] The hair loss is obviously a consequence of the ichthyosiform erythroderma, and therefore we propose for this type of pseudopelade the term alopecia ichthyotica.[] Category: Systemic Disorders Congenital ichthyosis frequently leads to ectropion of the lower lids as is evident in this photo.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Sézary Syndrome

    Alopecia and ectropion are common, exfoliation and heat loss thru the skin are worrisome and infiltration of the lymph nodes occurs.[] The patient experiences pruritus, alopecia, edema, and nail and pigment changes. Sézary syndrome Sezary syndrome Mycosis fungoides, see there.[] Other signs and symptoms may include intense itchiness, scaling and peeling of the skin; fever; weight loss; hair loss; outward turning of the eyelids (ectropion); palmoplantar[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Sjögren-Larsson Syndrome

    Eye examination revealed ectropion, mildly congested conjunctiva, and small opacity in the cornea at 8 o'clock position.[] We found focal hyperreflectivities in all study eyes within the perifoveal ganglion cell layer and the inner plexiform layer, corresponding to the clinical localization of[]

  • Congenital Ichthyosiform Erythroderma

    In classical CIE (unlike LI) there is little eclabion (eversion of the lips), ectropion and alopecia (hair loss).[] Some clinical features, such as thick scales, erythroderma, alopecia and ectropion were common to all patients.[] In addition to these findings, many patients develop various other manifestations such as ectropion and loss of eyebrows.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Dyskeratosis Congenita

    Ophthalmologic manifestations include blepharitis, conjunctivitis, obliteration of the lacrimal puncta, nasolacrimal duct obstruction, ectropion, and loss of eyelashes.[] […] taurodontism, decreased teeth/root ratio, esophageal stenosis, liver disease, urethral stenosis, osteoporosis, avascular necrosis of femur and/or humerus, premature hair greying/alopecia[] In addition to these findings, poikilodermia on his neck and upper and lower extremities, bilateral ectropion, webbed neck, and low posterior hair neck was detected on dermatologic[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer
  • Psoriasis

    […] includes the following: Dermatologic: Most commonly, scaling erythematous macules, papules, and plaques; area of skin involvement varies with the form of psoriasis Ocular: Ectropion[] Alopecia induced by biological therapy is a rare side effect of this type of drugs.[] Psoriatic lesions on the scalp typically result in alopecia, possibly due to a higher proportion of hairs in the catagen and telogen stages.[]

    Missing: Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer

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