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198 Possible Causes for Congenital Alopecia, Personality Change, Vitiligo

  • Variegate Porphyria

    Those with acute forms of porphyria develop numbness, tingling, paralysis, cramping, vomiting, constipation, personality changes or mental disorders, and/or pain in the abdomen[] Alopecia Syndrome Other Disorders of Keratinization Porokeratoses Kyrle’s Disease Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris Poikilodermas and Aging Syndromes Disorders of DNA Repair Aging[] […] may be limited; that CLINUVEL may never file an NDA for SCENESSE regulatory approval in the US; that the Company may not be able to access adequate capital to advance its vitiligo[]

  • Alopecia Areata

    Vitiligo and alopecia areata are common autoimmune diseases of the skin.[] The overall incidence of AA was 20.2 per 100,000 person-years and did not change with time.[] We report 4 cases of congenital alopecia areata with follow-up from 3 to 5 years. The diagnosis was made clinically in all cases.[]

  • Rothmund Thomson Syndrome

    Researchers believe that these chromosomal changes are related to the overall instability of an affected person's genetic information.[] ; dystrophic nails - photosensitivity - congenital skeletal defects - hypoplasia or absence of the radii and thumbs, osteopenia, cystic or sclerotic changes of the long bones[] Researchers believe that these chromosomal changes arise because of the overall instability of an affected person's genetic information; they do not cause the disorder.[]

  • Alopecia

    463–469, AUG 2016 DOI: 10.1097/MOP.0000000000000375, PMID: 27191524 Issn Print: 1040-8703 Publication Date: 2016/08/01 Checking for direct PDF access through Ovid Abstract Vitiligo[] However, it causes changes in a person's appearance that can profoundly affect quality of life and self-esteem.[] Congenital triangular alopecia Congenital triangular alopecia references Congenital triangular alopecia Congenital triangular alopecia is a patch of hair loss in the temple[]

  • Congenital Alopecia

    And these drugs may help with vitiligo, a disease that causes pigment loss, leaving white spots on the skin.[] A person with only one mutation is called a carrier because they “carry” one changed copy and one unchanged copy of the gene.[] We present the first case of cutaneous mastocytosis associated with congenital alopecia areata in a 3-year-old Korean girl.[]

  • Atrichia with Papular Lesions

    A person with one changed gene would be a carrier of the condition but usually will not have any symptoms.[] alopecia, termed alopecia universalis congenita.[] […] information on serological diagnosis of pemphigus, TNF-I for hidradenitis suppurativa, the use of immunosuppressives for atopic dermatitis, excimer laser for the treatment of vitiligo[]

  • Alopecia Universalis

    […] previously reported in persons with Down syndrome.[] The skin biopsy ruled out congenital atrichia and was suggestive of alopecia areata.[] We report a case of an unknown clinical combination of PCT with autoimmune hypothyroidism, alopecia universalis and vitiligo with thyroid and parietal cell circulating antibodies[]

  • Alopecia Totalis

    We see our work not just as a service, but as a life change that impacts every single day for our clients.[] No mention of congenital familial alopecia is made in his text. Sutton 2 mentioned congenital alopecia as a rare condition usually associated with other defects.[] Two of these patients had vitiligo. None of 20 healthy control sera stained the keratinocyte cells or the melanocyte nuclei.[]

  • Autoimmune Adrenal Insufficiency

    changes, among others.[] See glucocorticoid, mineralocorticoid, androgen. adrenal cortex inhibitors adrenal cortical dysfunction adrenal hyperplasia-like syndrome a congenital abnormality of adrenal[] The main autoimmune diseases in AD: thyroid diseases – 34%, premature ovarian failure (POF) – 14%, IDDM and vitiligo – 13%, while in SAI – 36, 4, 3 and 4% respectively.[]

  • Congenital Leukonychia

    Raindrop Hypopigmentation Subungual Exostoses T-cell immunodeficiency, congenital alopecia, and nail dystrophy tinea favosa tinea unguium Trichoodontoonychial Dysplasia vitiligo[] Sudden change in appearance of band (e.g., proximally wider, darker, blurred border) Single-nail involvement (especially thumb, index finger, or great toe) Pigmentation of[] […] malformations Similars Q84.0 - Congenital alopecia Q84.1 - Congenital morphological disturbances of hair, not elsewhere classified Q84.2 - Other congenital malformations[]

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