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DIAGNOSTIC FEATURES OF HAIR SELF-DESTRUCTIVE DISEASES

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12
Year: 
2017

Yu. Romanova Moscow Research and Practical Center for Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology, Moscow Healthcare Department Clinic of Aesthetic Medicine, Institute of Beautiful Hair, Moscow

The detection of hair self-destructive spectrum diseases often presents difficulties for specialists. The paper gives key clinical, dermatoscopic diagnostic criteria and describes 3 non-classical clinical cases of hair self-destructive diseases, including the rare variant trichoteiromania.

Keywords: 
dermatology
trichotillomania
trichoteiromania
trichoscopy
dermatoscopy
hair depigmentation
canities
hair self-destruction



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