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41 Possible Causes for Alopecia within Lesion

  • Alopecia Areata

    The association of these two diseases in the same patient is well known, however, coexistence of alopecia areata and vitiligo within the same lesion is very rare.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Herein, we report an 8-year-old boy who had colocalization of alopecia areata and vitiligo on the frontal portion of his scalp.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Folliculotropic Mycosis Fungoides

    The clinical presentation of alopecia included patchy hair loss resembling alopecia areata and localized hair loss within existent MF lesions.[e-ijd.org] T-cells oligoclonality within alopecia areata lesions has also been observed.[ 15 ] Another controversial issue is that whether hair loss with or without F-MF can be a prognostic[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The clinical presentation of alopecia included patchy hair loss resembling alopecia areata and localized hair loss within existing MF lesions.[e-ijd.org]

  • Linear Nevus Sebaceus Syndrome

    However, within the lesion another tumor may grow, which is benign in 0-50% of the cases. It is called as trichoblastoma.[patienthelp.org] Such lesions include: Aplasia cutis congenita Solitary mastocytoma Naevus syringocystadenomatosus papilliferous Juvenile xanthogranulomata Other causes of alopecia Nevus Sebaceous[patienthelp.org]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus with Organ/System Involvement

    Indications for lenalidomide treatment included alopecia, nasal and oral ulcers, extensive malar rash, discoid lesions, bullous lesions, panniculitis, cutaneous vasculitis[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Within 6 months, all patients demonstrated complete or near resolution based on physician report.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Nevus Sebaceous

    However, within the lesion another tumor may grow, which is benign in 0-50% of the cases. It is called as trichoblastoma.[patienthelp.org] Such lesions include: Aplasia cutis congenita Solitary mastocytoma Naevus syringocystadenomatosus papilliferous Juvenile xanthogranulomata Other causes of alopecia Nevus Sebaceous[patienthelp.org]

  • Cutaneous Metastasis in Breast Cancer

    Histological evaluation exhibits tumor cells within superficial and deep dilated lymphatic vessels with a perivascular lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate.[7] The scalp is a common[jcadonline.com] Alopecia neoplastica, however, is a less common type of scalp metastases, and presents with single or multiple areas of scarring alopecia.[22] Differential diagnoses to consider[jcadonline.com] […] or current medical history of breast cancer should be evaluated with biopsy of lesions in the event infection is suspected and antibiotic use results in no improvement of lesions[jcadonline.com]

  • Calcinosis Circumscripta

    […] scars * Generalized erythroderma * Oral lesions * Scarring alopecia of the scalp * Morpheaform * Verruciform * Pruritic maculopapular eruption * Nail dystrophy Nonspecific[the-medical-dictionary.com] […] papules * Hypopigmented macules * Annular plaques * Lupus pernia * Subcutaneous nodules (Darier-Roussy Sarcoidosis) * Nodules * Ichthyosiform * Psoriasiform * Ulcerative * Within[the-medical-dictionary.com]

  • Dermatitis Vegetans

    Rest of the muco-cutaneous and systemic examinations were within normal limits.[e-ijd.org] Scalp showed violaceous plaques studded with pustules but there was no evidence of cicatricial alopecia.[e-ijd.org] Dark ground illumination, both from the lesion and the lymph nodes, was found to be negative on three consecutive days.[e-ijd.org]

  • Brandt Syndrome

    Bullous cutaneous lesions, paronychia and failure to thrive can also be present [ 8 ].[omicsonline.org] AE is characterised by a triad of periorificial and acral dermatitis, diarrhoea and alopecia [ 7 ].[omicsonline.org] Symptoms usually occur in bottle-fed infants within weeks after birth or breast-fed infants soon after weaning [ 9 ].[omicsonline.org]

  • Lichen Planus

    […] at sites of trauma Lichen planopilaris: primary site of involvement is the epithelium of hair follicles, causing alopecia Wickham straie: white dots or lines within papules[pathologyoutlines.com] […] represent an abnormal, delayed hypersensitivity reaction to an unknown epidermal neoanatigen Associated with hepatitis B and C, HIV, numerous drugs Koebner phenomenon: new lesions[pathologyoutlines.com]

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