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Case Number : Case 2345 - 12 June 2019 Posted By: Dr. Hafeez Diwan

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37 year-old female with biopsy of crown


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Perifollicular emorragia, distorted hair follicles, and pigment casts are in keeping with Trichotillomania alopecia. Unfortunately I am not sure about the not scarring nature of this lesion...but agree with Colleagues.

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John Zhang

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Pigment casts can be seen in both trichotillomania and alopecia areata. The lack of telogen/catagen increase, makes me favor trichotillomania or post operative alopecia, although the top right of fig seem to have peribulbar inflammation.

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