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Chapter 5. Alopecias

Alopecia Areata

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Fig. 5-1

Lesions of alopecia areata.


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Fig. 5-2

Small and large lesions of alopecia areata.


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Fig. 5-3

Large lesion of alopecia areata on the occipital region (ophiasis).


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Fig. 5-4

Many lesions of alopecia areata in the region of the beard.


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Fig. 5-5

Lesions of alopecia areata of the beard.


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Fig. 5-6

Discrete lesion of alopecia areata on the eyebrow.


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Fig. 5-7

Lesions of alopecia areata that have become confluent.


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Fig. 5-8

Alopecia universalis with absence of eyebrows and eyelashes.


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Fig. 5-9 A

Alopecia “universalis,” i.e., nearly entire.


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Fig. 5-9 B

Alopecia “universalis,” i.e., nearly entire.


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Fig. 5-10

Alopecia universalis with complete absence of hair.


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Fig. 5-11

A single lesion of alopecia areata.


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Fig. 5-12 A

“Exclamation point hairs” represent residual stubs of hair following breakage of shafts in alopecia areata.


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Fig. 5-12 B

“Exclamation point hairs” represent residual stubs of hair following breakage of shafts in alopecia areata.


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Fig. 5-13

Absence of hair in lesions of alopecia areata.


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Fig. 5-14

Extensive lesions of alopecia areata.