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78 Possible Causes for Congenital Alopecia, Hyperpigmented Skin Lesions, Vitiligo

  • Rothmund Thomson Syndrome

    ; dystrophic nails - photosensitivity - congenital skeletal defects - hypoplasia or absence of the radii and thumbs, osteopenia, cystic or sclerotic changes of the long bones[] Immunophenotyping of subpopulations of immunocompetent cells in a biopsy of an atrophic hyperpigmented skin lesion revealed sparsity and unusual distribution of epidermal[] Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis Laugier-Hunziker Syndrome Lentigo Melasma Ocular Manifestations of Albinism Pigmented Lesions of the Eyelid Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation Vitiligo[]

  • Alopecia Areata

    We report 4 cases of congenital alopecia areata with follow-up from 3 to 5 years. The diagnosis was made clinically in all cases.[] Acanthosis, Fungal Infection Acanthosis and circular lesions of superficial fungal infection complicate atopic dermatitis with hyperpigmented patches on his shoulders in this[] Vitiligo and alopecia areata are common autoimmune diseases of the skin.[]

  • Linear Atrophoderma of Moulin

    The Journal of dermatology 41 (9), 830-833 , 2014 9 2014 Congenital temporal triangular alopecia: A typical Brauer nevus.[] The diagnosis is clinical, characterized by acquired unilateral hyperpigmented, depressed band-like skin lesions following Blaschko's lines.[] Linear fixed drug eruption Linear lichen planus Linear mucinoses and mycosis fungoides Linear psoriasis Linear scleroderma Lichen striatus Lupus erythematosus Segmental vitiligo[]

  • Congenital Leukonychia

    […] malformations Similars Q84.0 - Congenital alopecia Q84.1 - Congenital morphological disturbances of hair, not elsewhere classified Q84.2 - Other congenital malformations[] Skin-coloured or hyperpigmented lesions appearing as keratotic or hyperkeratotic or warty papules and plaques found on the proximal and lateral nail folds and hyponychium.[] Raindrop Hypopigmentation Subungual Exostoses T-cell immunodeficiency, congenital alopecia, and nail dystrophy tinea favosa tinea unguium Trichoodontoonychial Dysplasia vitiligo[]

  • Zosteriform Lentiginosis

    […] palmoplantar keratoderma and congenital alopecia syndrome Autosomal recessive pseudoxanthoma elasticum Benign acanthosis nigricans Bloom syndrome Brugsch's syndrome CAMOS[] They are ultimately distinguished by having a background of normal skin, as opposed to the hyperpigmented light brown background patch seen in NS.[] . 259 Fig. 10.1 Vitiligo.[]

  • Dyschromatosis symmetrica hereditaria

    Alopecia Syndrome Other Disorders of Keratinization Porokeratoses Kyrle's Disease Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris Poikilodermas and Aging Syndromes Disorders of DNA Repair Aging[] Case report A 21-year-old female with a history of progressive asymptomatic hypo- and hyperpigmented skin lesions distributed over her face, neck, upper, and lower extremities[] The father presented large symmetrical hypopigmented vitiligo-like macules.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Spastic Paraplegia Type 23

    alopecia Autosomal dominant palmoplantar keratoderma and congenital alopecia Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease type[] skin lesions.[] […] graying-characteristic facies syndrome spastic paraplegia 23 SPASTIC PARAPLEGIA 23; SPG23 Autosomal recessive spastic paraplegia type 23 Spastic Paraparesis, Vitiligo, Premature[]

  • Oculocerebral Hypopigmentation Syndrome Type Cross

    […] megalocornea Stickler syndrome, type 2 Pitt-Hopkins syndrome Alopecia macular degeneration growth retardation Glycogen storage disease type 5 Hyperlipoproteinemia type 5[] Wood’s lamp examination may help to determine the extent of the lesions in fair-skinned patients.[] External links v Pigmentation disorders / Dyschromia ( L80–L81 , 709.0 ) Hypo- / leucism Loss of melanocytes vitiligo : Quadrichrome vitiligo · Vitiligo ponctué · syndromic[]

  • Syphilitic Alopecia

    Congenital alopecia due to genetic defects Baldness (alopecia) Alopecia (alopecia) - loss of hair (wool). Alopecia can be congenital and acquired.[] AA is linked to obvious skin disorders or systemic diseases like systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), syphilis, Addison's disease, cancer and vitiligo (a disorder in which[] Colocalization of vitiligo and alopecia areata: coincidence or consequence? Int J Trichology. 2013;5(1):50–52. [PMID:23960402] Harrison S, Bergfeld W.[]

  • Bloch Sulzberger Syndrome

    , Congenital scar, Epidermolysis bullosa, Keratoderma (congenital) 361 Retinal detachments and defects 757.4 Specified anomalies of hair; Congenital: alopecia atrichosis,[] […] verrucous skin lesions.[] Stage IV resembles scarring, vitiligo, Ito hypomelanosis, or other hypopigmentations with localized alopecia.[]

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