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3,144 Possible Causes for No Alopecia

  • Alopecia Areata

    What causes alopecia areata? Doctors don’t know what causes alopecia areata.[] In cases with a greater number of patches, hair can either grow back or progress to alopecia areata totalis or, in rare cases, alopecia areata universalis.There is no loss[] Who gets alopecia areata? Anyone can have alopecia areata. It often begins in childhood.[]

  • Cronkhite-Canada Syndrome

    We present evidence for alopecia areata incognita as a possible mechanism of hair loss.[] Further investigation of the histopathologic features of the associated alopecia may determine its cause.[] A 62-year-old Malaysian woman presented with a constellation of skin signs including alopecia, hyperpigmentation and nail dystrophy.[]

  • Perifolliculitis Capitis Abscedens

    Isotretinoin topical application assured successful control of the disease and averted the evolution of the clinical aspect to scarring alopecia and nodule formation.[] Read More [Drug treatment of alopecia].[] It is often accompanied by scarring alopecia, acne conglobata, and recurrent fluctuant abscesses. PCAS belongs to the family of acne inversa (hidradenitis suppurativa).[]

  • Folliculotropic Mycosis Fungoides

    .: Home Page » Journals and Books » Turkiye Klinikleri Journal of Dermatology » 2017 - Volume 27 » 1 Folliculotropic Mycosis Fungoides Associated with Alopecia in a Case Alopesi[] Conclusions: Alopecia was observed in 5 (3.18%) patients with MF, which makes it a rare finding, which included alopecia areata-like patchy loss in 2 and alopecia within MF[] Keywords : Mycosis fungoides; alopecia areata; skin neoplasms ÖZET Mikozis fungoides (MF); birçok olguda, küçük ve orta boyuttaki serebriform çekirdekçiklere sahip T lenfositlerinin[]

  • Multiple Carboxylase Deficiency

    Recognition of the characteristic dermatologic manifestations, alopecia and periorificial dermatitis, should result in early diagnosis and institution of potentially lifesaving[] Associated symptoms and signs included erythematous skin rashes, alopecia and developmental delay.[] Two patients presented in early childhood with (i) alopecia, skin rashs, and dermatitis, (ii) severe hypotonia, ataxia and motor retardation, (iii) frequent episodes of ketoacidosis[]

  • Hidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia

    Alopecia is due to decrease in number and degree of maturation of the hair follicles.[] In infancy, scalp hair is wiry, brittle, patchy, and pale; progressive hair loss may lead to total alopecia by puberty.[] Hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia is a rare genodermatosis with clinical hallmarks of alopecia, nail dystrophy, and palmoplantar hyperkeratosis.[]

  • Biotinidase Deficiency

    Biotinidase deficiency may be seen early in the neonatal period without the characteristic findings such as alopecia and seborrheic dermatitis.[] Biotinidase deficiency leads to a biotin-deficient state, with cardinal symptoms of ataxia, alopecia, and skin rash presenting in infancy.[] The third developed ataxia and alopecia at 14 months and died suddenly at 19 months of age. In all three cases the diagnosis was not considered quickly enough.[]

  • Hereditary Mucoepithelial Dysplasia

    Hereditary mucoepithelial dysplasia (HMD) is a rare genodermatosis characterized by nonscarring alopecia, fiery red gums, perineal erythema, and visual impairment.[] Ohkawara, Ichthyosis follicularis with alopecia and photophobia in a mother and daughter, British Journal of Dermatology, 142, 1, (157), (2000).[] Nearly all patients clinically display the triad of non-scarring alopecia, well-demarcated mucosal erythema and erythematous intertriginous plaques.[]

  • Syphilitic Alopecia

    We describe two patients with syphilis in whom the first sign of disease was alopecia and discuss the clinical and histopathologic findings of essential syphilitic alopecia[] A case of syphilitic alopecia on the legs of young man is described.[] […] syphilitic alopecia alopecia syphilitica alopecia involving the eyebrows, beard, and scalp in secondary syphilis; it occurs in small, irregular scattered patches, resulting[]

  • Alopecia

    The exact cause of alopecia is unknown.[] The two main types of permanent alopecia are alopecia areata and androgenetic alopecia. With alopecia areata, hair falls out in spots all over the body.[] The occurrence of alopecia can be focal or diffuse in pattern. Yellow spots are the clinical signs of alopecia, which are reported in few cases.[]

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