leukotrichia


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leu·ko·trich·i·a

n. leucotriquia, blancura del cabello.
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Data were collected regarding the following variables: age, sex, location of lesions, duration of disease, mucosal involvement, leukotrichia, existence of koebner phenomenon, family history, prior treatment history, type of lesions (limited, extensive, etc.), existence of lesions on acral areas and bony prominences, size of the lesions, and type of repigmentation (follicular vs.
Seykora et al., "Dasatinib-induced leukotrichia in a patient with chronic myelogenous leukemia," JAMA Dermatology, vol.
Although there was no significant difference in the distribution of sex, duration of disease (>3 years/≤3 years), presence of pruritus preceding the onset of HN, accompanied lesional leukotrichia, or family history of premature hair greying between the two groups, patients with HNV showed a trend toward a positive family history of premature hair greying.{Table 2}
The second part of the questionnaire was physicianreported information regarding physical examination and laboratory data of the participants, for example, Fitzpatrick skin type, other skin and systemic diseases, percentage of body surface area (BSA) involvement using the rule of nines as in burn assessment, type of vitiligo, leukotrichia, KP, anti-microsomal, anti-thyroglobulin, and anti-nuclear antibody (ANA), thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), free triiodothyronine (free T3), and free thyroxine (free T4).
* Biotin deficiency (Vitamin [B.sub.8] or H) mainly described in animals fed with an excess of egg white which contain avidin, a molecule that complexes the biotin and prevents its absorption in intestine and clinically observed with erythema, facial and periorbital alopecia, generalized scaling, leukotrichia, dull and brittle hair
Most of the causative Chinese herbal medicines were those used to treat osteopathy, arthropathy, dermatosis, gastropathy, leukotrichia, alopecia, and gynecologic diseases.
On physical exam, she had an approximately 3 cm depigmented patch with sharply defined borders on her right inferolateral neck with leukotrichia (Figure 1), a 4 cm depigmented patch with sharply defined borders and leukotrichia on the mons pubis (Figure 2), and a perianal 6 cm depigmented patch with sharply defined borders and leukotrichia (Figure 3).
We obtained demographic data of vitiligo patients including age of onset, genders, Fitzpatrick skin types, associated autoimmune diseases and underlying thyroid diseases, family history of vitiligo and autoimmune diseases, clinical features (e.g., types of vitiligo, affected body surface area, location, presence of leukotrichia, and Koebner's phenomenon or KP); anti-thyroglobulin (anti-TG), anti-thyroid peroxidase (anti-TPO), thyroid function tests, and antinuclear antibody (ANA) were recorded and filled in protocol record form.
A questionnaire including family history of vitiligo, autoimmune and endocrine diseases such as pernicious anemia, diabetes mellitus, connective tissue disease, Addison disease and leukotrichia (before the age of 30), was prepared and completed.
In group B side effects appeared in 23% patients which included folliculitis in 10% leukotrichia in 7% hyperpigmentation in 3% and persistent erythema in 3%.
Leukotrichia and Kobner phenomenon were diagnosed in 33.1% and 33.9% of patients, respectively.