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Research & Reviews  13 results

Telogen effluvium related to post severe Sars-Cov-2 infection: Clinical aspects and our...
Dermatologic Therapy; Rizzetto G, Diotallevi F et. al.

Nov 16th, 2020 - Telogen effluvium (TE) is one of the most common form of hair loss in women. Many triggers have been identified, as stress, drugs, trauma, endocrine disease, nutritional deficiencies, and febrile states. We report three cases of TE occurred after ...

Cutaneous manifestations in pediatric oncology patients.
Pediatric Dermatology; Özkur E, Sert C et. al.

Nov 13th, 2020 - Oncology patients present with various skin manifestations related to primary disease and treatments. Although these skin toxicities are well described in adults, studies of pediatric oncology patients are limited. The objective of this study was ...

COVID-19 related anagen effluvium.
The Journal of Dermatological Treatment; Shanshal M

Jul 7th, 2020 - New COVID-19 skin manifestations continue to be described. We present a patient with COVID-19 related anagen effluvium. The patient was treated with and responded to low dose systemic steroids to treat an accompanying extensive COVID-19-related ur...

Anagen Effluvium

Apr 20th, 2020 - Background Normal human hairs can be classified according to the three phases of their growth cycle: anagen, catagen, and telogen. Anagen hairs are in a growing phase, during which the matrix cells of the hair follicle undergo vigorous mitotic act...

Trichopsychodermatology: The Psychiatric and Psychosocial Aspects of Hair Disorders.
Dermatologic Therapy REFERENCES; Jafferany M, Patel A

Nov 13th, 2019 - Medical conditions involving hair are typically managed by a dermatologist. However, a significant psychosocial association has been found both in the development of hair conditions through primary pathologic involvement and as secondary comorbidi...

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News  1 results

Acute-Onset Alopecia
Justin P. Bandino, MD, Dirk M. Elston, MD

Apr 30th, 2019 - The Diagnosis: Thallium-Induced Alopecia At the time of presentation, a punch biopsy specimen of the scalp revealed nonscarring alopecia with increased catagen hairs; follicular miniaturization; peribulbar lymphoid infiltrates; and fibrous tract r.

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