Hypotrichosis L65.8

Author: Prof. Dr. med. Peter Altmeyer

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Last updated on: 23.02.2021

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Synonym(s)

Hypotrichia

Definition
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lack of hair, sparse hair growth.

Therapy
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S.u. and the respective clinical picture.

Tables
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Congenital and acquired hypotrichosis

Manifestation

Disease pattern

Congenital

Diffuse

Anhidrotic-ectodermal dysplasia

Atrichia congenita generalisata

Berlin syndrome

Dyskeratosis congenita

Dystrophia bullosa hereditaria-type maculatus seu Amsterdam

Ellis van Creveld syndrome

Hair follicle hamartomas

Hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia

Hypotrichosis congenita hereditaria generalisata of the type Marie Unna

Hypotrichosis congenita with juvenile macular degeneration

Kinky hair disease

Cartilage hair hypoplasia

Monilethrix syndrome

Moynahan syndrome

Myotonia atrophicans

Oro-facio-digital syndrome

Pachyonychia congenita

Progeria Hutchinson-Gilford

Tricho-rhino-phalangeal syndrome

Werner syndrome

Circumscript

Hypotrichosis congenita circumscripta

Acquired

Diffuse

Drug-induced (e.g. cytostatics)

Erythroderma

Endocrinological changes (lactation, gravidity, menopause; hypo- and hyperthyroidism)

Infectious diseases (abdominal and spotted typhus, influenza, erysipelas, late syphilis)

Collagenoses (SLE; dermatomyositis)

Metabolic disorders (iron deficiency, malnutrition)

Circumscript

Alopecia areata

Alopecia parvimaculata

Alopecia specifica

Arterial occlusive disease

Purulent folliculitis

Lichen planus

Lupus erythematosus chronicus discoides

Microsporiasis

Mucinosis follicularis

Atopic eczema

Psoriasis vulgaris

Scouring alopecia

Trichotillomania

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Last updated on: 23.02.2021