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4,085 Possible Causes for Alopecia, Narrow Obturator Foramen

  • Hypertrichotic Osteochondrodysplasia

    […] thorax, cardiomegaly, wide ribs, platyspondyly, hypoplastic ischiopubic branches, small obturator foramen, bilateral coxa valga, enlarged medullary canal, Erlenmeyer-flask-like[] - photophobia syndrome 40 Cases 79503 Ichthyosis hystrix of Curth- Macklin 6 Families 88621 Ichthyosis prematurity syndrome 16 Families 2269 Ichthyosis-alopecia-eclabion-[] % 100% Central hypoventilation syndrome congenital, Waardenburg syndrome, type 4B, {Hirshprung disease,susceptibility to,4}, EDNRA % 100% mandibulofacial dysostosis with alopecia[]

  • Iron Deficiency

    Angular cheilitis (sore lesions at the corners of the mouth) In rare cases, children with iron deficiency anemia may also experience: Nail changes (koilonychia or spoon nails) Alopecia[]

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  • Menopause

    […] the thighs Cause is not known (thought to be neurological) Hirsutism (abnormal hair growth in women) Facial hirsutism is very common in post-menopausal women not on HRT Alopecia[]

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  • Dermatitis

    Some patients have a personal or family history of other autoimmune disorders including thyroid disease, pernicious anaemia, type 1 diabetes, vitiligo, Addison disease and alopecia[] Some patients have a personal or family history of other autoimmune diseases including thyroid disease, pernicious anaemia, type 1 diabetes, vitiligo, Addison disease and alopecia[] Schabath and Madeleine Duvic, History of atopy or autoimmunity increases risk of alopecia areata, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 61, 4, (581), (2009).[]

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  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Logistic regression analysis showed that there were significant associations between sexual function score and the literacy, alopecia, and infertility.[] […] when targeting hirsutism and alopecia.[] Balding, also called androgenic alopecia refers to the loss or thinning of scalp hair.[]

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  • Contact Dermatitis

    Rogaine (minoxidil), which is used for male pattern balding, can also be used for alopecia areata.[] Alopecia/Hair Loss Disease, medication, genetics, hormones, or localized trauma may be responsible for hair loss.[] There is no cure for alopecia areata, but various treatments such as anti-inflammatory drugs and topical immunotherapy can help prompt new hair growth.[]

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  • Blepharitis

    […] 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[] Patients may exhibit alopecia areata of eyelashes and/or growth misdirection, trichiasis.[]

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  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    Celiac disease and alopecia areata: report of a new association. Gastroenterology 109, 1333–1337 (1995). 68. Bardella, M. T. et al.[] Alopecia areata and coeliac disease: no effect of a gluten-free diet on hair growth. Dermatology 200, 108–110 (2000). 69. Hadjivassiliou, M. et al.[]

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  • Labor

    BACKGROUND: Various methods are currently used for the induction of labor. Nevertheless, the most effective method with the fewest side effects remains to be established. Misoprostol, administered vaginally, has been routinely used for this purpose; however, other forms of administration are being proposed,[…][]

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  • Alopecia Areata

    Although clinical history and physical examination may suggest traction alopecia, alopecia areata must be ruled out.[] What causes alopecia areata? Doctors don’t know what causes alopecia areata.[] Two cases were supported histologically as traction alopecia, while the remaining case was alopecia areata in an ophiasis pattern.[]

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