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464 Possible Causes for Scarring Alopecia

  • Alopecia Areata

    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.[] Abstract Pediatric alopecia areata is a spectrum of autoimmune non-scarring alopecia in which some patients lose small patches of hair from their scalp but others lose more[]

  • Herpes Zoster

    Español: Transmisión Shingles cannot be passed from one person to another. However, the virus that causes shingles, the varicella zoster virus, can be spread from a person with active shingles to another person who has never had chickenpox. In such cases, the person exposed to the virus might develop[…][]

  • Sarcoidosis

    Case 2 shows scarring alopecia with erythematous plaques and nodules.[] Lesions can heal with scarring, and, if plaques involve the scalp, they may lead to alopecia. Patients with plaque lesions usually have more severe systemic involvement.[] Scarring alopecia secondary to sarcoidosis is common [ 5, 8, 10, 14, 15, 20, 25, 26, 30 ] although non-scarring alopecia has also been described [ 5, 9, 16 ] including a case[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    alopecia, anti-dsDNA, and anti-Sm antibodies), (2) any other autoimmune connective tissue disease, and/or (3) antinuclear antibodies 1/320.[] It is erythematous, well demarcated and associated with scaling: Discoid lupus Other manifestations include livedo reticularis, diffuse or patchy non-scarring alopecia and[] […] manifestation (biopsy-proven SLE nephropathy, arthritis, cutaneous, or neurologic SLE manifestations, pericarditis, autoimmune haemolytic anaemia, oral and nasal ulcers, non-scarring[]

  • Discoid Lupus Erythematosus

    […] with primary scarring alopecia.[] We report the case of a 5-year-old girl who presented with erythematous scaly plaques, with scarring alopecia, involving approximately 40% of her scalp.[] Discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) is a chronic dermatological disease that can lead to scarring, alopecia and dyspigmentation, if not properly treated.[]

  • Lichen Planus

    White net-like patches or ulceration of mucous membranes, nail deformity, scarring alopecia, and other types of skin lesions may also occur.[] History & Exam Key Factors pruritus violaceous, flat-topped papules or plaques Wickham striae mucosal erosions and lacy white network scarring alopecia nail involvement Other[]

  • Diffuse Scleroderma

    Abstract To investigate cardiopulmonary function in progressive systemic sclerosis with diffuse scleroderma, we studied 26 patients with maximal exercise and redistribution thallium scans, rest and exercise radionuclide ventriculography, pulmonary-function testing, and chest roentgenography. Although only 6 patients[…][]

  • Tinea Favosa

    Scarring alopecia develops subsequently.[] On cutaneous examination, as an incidental finding, we found scarring alopecia over almost entire scalp and multiple, variable sized, yellow crusted lesions with depressed[] Favus of the scalp shows extensive lesions with scarring alopecia. Black man, aged 45 years, with favuslike yellow crusting of scalp.[]

  • Alopecia

    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.[] Scarring alopecia Scarring alopecia, also known as cicatricial alopecia, is hair loss that can occur as a result of complications from another condition.[]

  • Folliculitis Decalvans

    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.[] There were pustules, crusts, and scarring alopecia on the scalp and beard.[] Abstract Tufted folliculitis is an uncommon folliculitis of the scalp that resolves with patches of scarring alopecia within which multiple hair tufts emerge from dilated[]

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