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The following pages use alopecia as keyword:
|Acquired nonscarring alopecia
|This page provides a comprehensive overview of the dermoscopic features of acquired non-scarring alopecia. It serves as a valuable resource for dermatologists, trichologists, and healthcare professionals, offering insights into the diagnosis, classification, and management of this type of hair loss.
|this chapter describes dermoscopy / trichoscopy of alopecia areata
|this chapter describes dermoscopy / tricoscopy of androgenetic alopecia
|Discoid Lupus erythematosus
|this chapter describes the dermoscopy features of lupus erythematosus of the scalp
|this chapter describes dermoscopy / trichoscopy findings of dissecting cellulitis
|This chapter describes dermoscopy / trichoscopy features od folliculitis decalvans
|This chapter describes dermoscopy criteria of lichen planopilaris
|Primary cicatrical alopecia
|Cicatricial alopecia, also known as scarring alopecia, refers to a group of hair disorders characterized by permanent destruction of hair follicles and replacement with scar tissue. Dermoscopy is a critical tool in diagnosing and differentiating cicatricial alopecia from non-scarring types, guiding clinical management.
|this chapter describes the dermoscopy of telegen effluvium
|THis chapter describes the dermoscopy / trichoscopy of trichotillomania
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