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311 Possible Causes for Dermatologic Disorder, No Pubic Hair

  • Hidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia

    : absent eyebrows short, thin, sparse, pale scalp hair short, sparse eyelashes sparse axillary and pubic hair Clinical features from OMIM: 601375 Human phenotypes related[] . 2016 European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology.[] In addition, the Foundation is affiliated with the Coalition of Skin Diseases, the Genetic Alliance, National Health Council, the National Organization of Rare Disorders and[]

  • Skin Infection

    Pubic lice : The infected individual experiences intense itch on and around the genitals and often notices the lice crawling amongst the pubic hair.[] Pain, pruritus and psychological burden are only three examples for symptoms related to dermatological disorders that may interfere with carrying out everyday tasks and maintaining[] Lice There are 3 types of louse — head, body and pubic lice. Head lice : These commonly affect children. Their nits or eggs can be seen stuck on the hair shafts.[]

  • Alopecia

    This type results in hair loss across the entire scalp and face (including eyebrows and eyelashes), plus the rest of the body (including pubic hair). 3.[] Abstract Alopecia areata is an autoimmune dermatological disorder characterised by loss of hair in one or more discrete patches over the scalp.[] […] and pubic hair).[]

  • Pediculus Capitis Infestation

    hairs Inguinal and axillary lymphadenopathy Diagnostic Test Results-Diagnostic Procedures Direct inspection with hand lens shows visible lice or nits.[] Eugene Klimov, Artemii Tretiakov, Olga Rudko, Anna Soboleva, Ivan Danilin, Irina Korsunskaya, Vladimir Sobole DOI: Axillary manifestations of dermatologic diseases: a focused[] Pediculosis pubis : This louse has a crab-shaped body and is found in the pubic regions and at the base of pubic hair.[]

  • Pruritic Rash

    A magnifying lens is often necessary to see the lice or eggs, usually at the base of hair shafts.[] Testing Many dermatologic disorders are diagnosed clinically.[] A characteristic rash usually establishes the diagnosis of a primary dermatologic disorder.[]

  • Rothmund Thomson Syndrome

    Nearly 10-40% patients will develop bilateral juvenile cataract by 4-7 years of age and about 30% will have hypogonadism. [1] Nails may be dystrophic and hair (scalp, beard[] Melinda Jen and Sudha Nallasamy, Ocular manifestations of genetic skin disorders, Clinics in Dermatology, 34, 2, (242), (2016).[] Beard, pubic and axillary hair may be almost absent and partial or total alopecia may develop (Fig. 1B ). Nails Dystrophic or poorly formed nails are common.[]

  • Oculoosteocutaneous Syndrome

    Symptoms via clinical synopsis from OMIM: 57 Head And Neck Ears: low-set ears Growth Height: short stature Skin Nails Hair Hair: absent axillary hair absent pubic hair thin[] An outstanding combined digital/print resource, exhaustively covering every dermatological disorder A complete overhaul of its content – each disorder now follows a consistent[] Absent pubic hair MedGen UID: 349155 • Concept ID: C1859391 • Finding Absence of pubic hair.[]

  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    He said that he brought his hair clippers and cut off his public hair with this guy and they smoked each other's pubic hair.[] , ISRN Dermatology, 10.5402/2012/751768, 2012, (1-22), (2012).[] These include disorders of the musculoskeletal, dermatological, neurological, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and immunological systems.[]

  • Alopecia Areata

    In the most serious form, ALOPECIA AREATA UNIVERSALIS, all the hair on the body also falls out including eyebrows, lashes and pubic hair. synonyms Alopecia Areata, Alopecia[] Alopecia areata is an autoimmune dermatological disorder characterised by loss of hair in one or more discrete patches over the scalp.[] […] with no obvious skin or systemic disorder.[]

  • Sheehan Syndrome

    The most common findings on physical examination were absence of axillary hair in 56 (93%) and pubic hair in 56 (93%), dry skin in 49 (82%), and pallor in 42 (70%).[] DISORDERS 93 DYSMORPHIC DISORDERS 141 98 58 129 SturgeWeber Syndrome 10 Asherman Syndrome 132 3M Syndrome 11 Bartter Syndrome 133 Thrombocytopenia and Absent Radius Syndrome[] There was a history of secondary amenorrhoea, loss of axillary and pubic hair following childbirth at 28 years of age.[]

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