hypotrichosis


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hypotrichosis

 [hi″po-trĭ-ko´sis]
presence of less than the normal amount of hair.

hy·po·tri·cho·sis

(hī'pō-tri-kō'sis),
A less than normal amount of hair on the head and/or body.
[hypo- + G. trichōsis, hairiness]

hy·po·tri·cho·sis

(hī'pō-tri-kō'sis)
A less than normal amount of hair on the head and/or body.
[hypo- + G. trichōsis, hairiness]

hy·po·tri·cho·sis

(hī'pō-tri-kō'sis)
A less than normal amount of hair on the head and/or body.
[hypo- + G. trichōsis, hairiness]
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Multiple trichoepitheliomas also can be seen in other syndromes including Rombo syndrome, which is characterized by basal cell carcinomas, milia, hypotrichosis, distal vasodilation, and atrophoderma vermiculata; none seen in our patient.
The product is developed to treat hypotrichosis, which causes a loss of eyelashes.
Clinical examination revealed papules, erythema, excoriations, hyperkeratosis, and hypotrichosis with variable severity in 2 pigs, 2 goats, 2 dogs, all horses, and all oxen (Figure, panels C, D).
This occurs in a rare hereditary condition called hypotrichosis simplex.
Hypotrichosis simplex occurs without other abnormalities.
The features of ectodermal dysplasia are hypohydrosis, hypotrichosis, and hypodontia, whereas in Papillon-Lefevre syndrome hypodontia with periodontopathy is seen.
Microblading is a revolutionary technique that can transform the lives of patients with hypotrichosis of the eyebrows, trichotillomania, eyebrow loss due to internal disease (such as thyroid disease), chemotherapy-induced eyebrow loss, or alopecia--or simply those seeking it for cosmetic improvement.
According to the (https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/6996/cartilage-hair-hypoplasia) National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences , people with the condition also tend to suffer from fine, sparse hair (hypotrichosis) and abnormal immune system function (immune deficiency) that often lead to recurrent infections.
Hypotrichosis is a hair-loss condition that is characterized by sparse hair on scalp, reduced to absent eyebrows and eyelashes.
On general examination the patient presented with the classical triad of hypohidrosis, hypotrichosis and hypodontia.
The loss of the proteolytic activity of FoxN1 in humans and mice results in hypotrichosis, immunodeficiency (absence of thymus and T cells) and skin defects [20,21].