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al·o·pe·cic

(al'ō-pē'sik),
Relating to alopecia.

al·o·pe·cic

(al'ō-pē'sik)
Relating to alopecia.

alopecic

affected by alopecia.

alopecic breeds
the Mexican hairless and Chinese crested dogs and Sphinx cat have partial or near total absence of hair as a characteristic of their breed.
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Kuwayama T et al in 2011 (30) reported a case of 62-years-old woman who had presented with a 3 cm hard, alopecic mass at her scalp.
Pseudopelade of Brocq (PB) is a permanent progressive scarring alopecia characterized by numerous alopecic patches localized only in the scalp, that tend to coalesce into larger, irregular plaques with polycyclic borders.
Lesions have been described as alopecic, (10,11) with overlying tufts of hair or even hypertrichosis.
From dogs with atopic dermatitis, inflamed skin, which was typically alopecic from self-trauma due to pruritus, was sampled.
Skin lesions were characterized by blackening and thickening of skin in axial and perineal region which spread from axial region over a period of time, patchy circular alopecic areas from neck caudially, pustular lesions on ventral abdomen, and circumscribed lesions with scaling, exfoliation on face as observed in various skin infections.
0kg male mongoose at the "Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia" in Brazil presented an exsudative, alopecic, cutaneous lesion in the base of the tail.
Larger lesions may be alopecic, hyperpigmented and ulcerated (Scott, 2007).
Clinical examination revealed multifocal, alopecic, well-demarcated, erythematous plaques.
Clinical examination revealed localized well circumscribed, alopecic plaque with hyper pigmentation on periphery at metacarpal and metatarsal region.