trichostasis spinulosa

trichostasis spinulosa

 [trĭ-kos´tah-sis spin″u-lo´-sah]
obstruction of the hair follicles with a spinulous dark plug, consisting of many lanugo hairs in a horny mass; it may affect the skin of the alae nasi and other facial areas, or of the arms, chest, abdomen, or interscapular area.

tri·chos·ta·sis spi·nu·lo·sa

(tri-kos'tă-sis spī'nyū-lō'să),
A condition in which hair follicles are blocked with a keratin plug containing multiple vellous hairs forming pruritic papules.
[tricho- + G. stasis, a standing; L. spinulosus, thorny]

tri·chos·ta·sis spi·nu·lo·sa

(tri-kos'tă-sis spī-nyū-lō'să)
A condition in which hair follicles are blocked with a keratin plug containing lanugo hairs.
[tricho- + G. stasis, a standing; L. spinulosus, thorny]
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By this way, it is possible to assess the density of hair follicles per surface area and to observe the presence of follicular hyperkeratosis (kerosis), as well as comedones, trichostasis spinulosa, intrafollicular bacteria, and mites [7-11].
She was diagnosed as a case of trichostasis spinulosa along with pyoderma.
Trichostasis spinulosa (TS) is a relatively common but overlooked condition that affects pilosebaceous follicles.
Since the trichostasis spinulosa is rare seen lesion and also observed in atypical localization, we reported this rare case.
Treatment of trichostasis spinulosa in skin phototypes III, IV, and V with an 800-nm pulsed diode laser.
Treatment of trichostasis spinulosa with 0.5-millisecond pulsed 755-nm alexandrite laser.
Trichostasis spinulosa presenting as itchy papules in a young lady.