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191 Possible Causes for Congenital Alopecia, Scarring Alopecia

  • Alopecia

    Congenital triangular alopecia Congenital triangular alopecia references Congenital triangular alopecia Congenital triangular alopecia is a patch of hair loss in the temple[] This relatively new entity is similar to fibrosing alopecia in a pattern distribution (FAPD) in that they are both scarring alopecias confined to a FPHL distribution, but[] Scarring alopecia is permanent.[]

  • 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.[] Upon dermatological examination, non-scarring alopecia was noted in the right temporal region, revealing extremely fine and fair hair follicles.[] Alopecia areata (AA) is the commonest autoimmune cause of non-scarring alopecia. Topical treatments including corticosteroids and irritants maybe beneficial.[]

  • Congenital Alopecia

    We present the first case of cutaneous mastocytosis associated with congenital alopecia areata in a 3-year-old Korean girl.[] Congenital triangular alopecia or Brauer nevus, is a benign, non progressive, circumscribed and non-scarring form of alopecia usually present over the temporal region.[] […] group of neurocutaneous disorders in which congenital alopecia is the solitary cutaneous manifestation.[]

  • Folliculitis Decalvans

    alopecia, alopecia areata, congenital alopecia, and specific problems posed by alopecia in patients of African and Asian origin.[] This is a commonly found primary scarring alopecia, with an incidence rate of 1.9-11.2% in those diagnosed with any form of scarring alopecia.[] […] atrichia with papular lesions: a rare cause of irreversible childhood alopecia Tasleem Arif, Mohammad Adil, Syed Suhail Amin DOI: Chronic peripheral edema in a patient with[]

  • Mycosis Fungoides

    Past medical history was significant for a congenital solitary dysplastic right kidney diagnosed in utero.[] A scalp biopsy revealed a non-scarring inflammatory alopecia and a superficial band-like atypical lymphoid infiltrate with prominent epidermotropism.[] He also reported a 5-month history of hair loss consisting of a patch of alopecia with follicular plugging on his occipital scalp and concomitant loss of his left eyebrow[]

  • Congenital Syphilis

    In this article, we describe the first occurrence of alopecia in a neonate with congenital syphilis.[] Syphilitic alopecia Scalp - the sides and back of the head show areas of hair loss, has the characteristic of "moth eaten" appearance.[] Rhinitis with highly infectious nasal discharge, nontender generalized adenopathy, alopecia, iritis, and failure to thrive occur less frequently.[]

  • Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia

    : CYP21A2 gene p.V281L mutation from congenital adrenal hyperplasia linked to HLA class I haplotype HLA-A*33:01; B*14:02; C*08:02 as a genetic marker. ( 30656636 ) Porri?[] […] specimens in all six patients, were analyzed and compared with recognized forms of scarring alopecia and recently described findings in androgenetic alopecia.[] Frontal fibrosing alopecia is a subtype of lichen planopilaris, a form of scarring alopecia that typically affects the frontal hairline.[]

  • Pseudopelade of Brocq

    Overview References: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] Diffuse alopecia Congenital diffuse alopecia Trichorrhexis nodosa : A hair shaft deformity characterized by the[] A clinicopathologic study of scarring alopecia due to lichen planus: comparison with scarring alopecia in discoid lupus erythematosus and pseudopelade.[] […] and inherited hair loss.43 These include congenital hypotrichosis with or without associated defects, congenital triangular alopecia, and many ectodermal dysplasias that[]

  • Hereditary Mucoepithelial Dysplasia

    Congenital alopecia involving the scalp, eyebrows and eyelashes is another essential cutaneous manifestation of IFAP (Figure 1A ).[] Nearly all patients clinically display the triad of non-scarring alopecia, well-demarcated mucosal erythema and erythematous intertriginous plaques.[] Nearly all patients clinically display the triad of non‐scarring alopecia, well‐demarcated mucosal erythema and erythematous intertriginous plaques.[]

  • Syphilitic Alopecia

    Congenital alopecia due to genetic defects Baldness (alopecia) Alopecia (alopecia) - loss of hair (wool). Alopecia can be congenital and acquired.[] A biopsy from an alopecic patch was performed which showed an inflammatory non‐scarring alopecia with a discrete lymphocytic type inflammatory infiltrate localized in the[] Tricotillomania SCARRING ALOPECIA (Skin Disease Noted) Tinea Capitus Tinea Capitus: In developed countries only occurs in children. requires systemic therapy.[]

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