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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.
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(2) Congenital triangular alopecia usually presents as an alopecic, lancet-shaped pattern on the frontal temporal scalp without evidence of scarring.
On clinical examination, the mass was firm with smooth surfaces, blackish in color and alopecic. Clinico-physical parameters were within normal physiological limits.
The mass was adhered, soft, alopecic and ulcerated, measuring approx.
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.
Upon dermatological examination, there was a 6 x 9 x 10 cm less hairy and fine hairy triangular alopecic patch over the left temporoparietal region (Fig.
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.
On physical examination an approximately 22 x 22 cm, fairly discrete region of skin caudal to the left axilla was palpably thickened (approximately 1 cm thick) and firm, mildly alopecic, discolored red and purple, and densely crusted with dark red scabs (Figure 1).
The severity of hair loss was assessed by measuring the percentage of the alopecic area on the scalp.
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.
The areas had alopecic with encrustation and scabs.
A 8-year-old, 1.0kg male mongoose at the "Fundacao Jardim Zoologico de Brasilia" in Brazil presented an exsudative, alopecic, cutaneous lesion in the base of the tail.