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al·o·pe·cia

 (ăl′ə-pē′shə, -shē-ə)
n.
Complete or partial loss of hair from the head or other parts of the body.

[Latin alōpecia, fox-mange, from Greek alōpekiā, from alōpēx, alōpek-, fox; see wl̥p-ē- in Indo-European roots.]

al′o·pe′cic (-pē′sĭk) adj.

alopecic

(ˌæləˈpiːsɪk)
adj
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Adj.1.alopecic - pertaining to loss of hair or wool or feathersalopecic - pertaining to loss of hair or wool or feathers
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When the lesion occurs in early pregnancy it may also heal before delivery leaving a congenital atrophic alopecic scar.
Clinically, the lesions can be solitary, multifocal or diffuse and are often described as alopecic plaques with the presence of erythema, crust or papules (2,3).
According to its developmental stage in utero, scalp ACC may present at birth as a deep ulceration, superficial erosion, or a healed, alopecic scar.
The scalp was also treated locally with Oleum Acidi Salicilicy 5% under occlusion with rapid decrease of desquamation, but separated alopecic areas with slight scaling was still persistent.
We were contacted by a local farmer who kept a cheetah on his farm, which exhibited a slow growing alopecic dermal mass at the height of the left shoulder blade that began to grow approximately 1.
When the lesion occurs early in pregnancy, it may heal before delivery leaving a congenital atrophic alopecic scar.
The areas had alopecic with encrustation and scabs.