Über Wachstums- und Melanogenese-Störungen der Haare bei Alopecia areata

Abstract

1. The state of hair roots at the edges of the alopecia areata patches corresponded more often to effluvium telogenium than to effluvium anagenicum. 2. In ca. 20% of the cases the disturbances of the hair cycle were found also in the clinically normal skin. 3. In cases of alopecia areata anagen synchronisation of the hair cycle may appear in the clinically… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00519079

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