Distinctive histopathologic findings in linear morphea (en coup de sabre) alopecia.

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Linear morphea en coup de sabre is a localized form of morphea that presents as paramedian face or frontal scalp depression. The histopathology of alopecia in linear morphea is typically characterized by sclerosis and a reduction in the number of follicular units. We present a 26-year-old Caucasian female with a 1.5-year history of linear morphea and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cup.12124

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@article{PierreLouis2013DistinctiveHF, title={Distinctive histopathologic findings in linear morphea (en coup de sabre) alopecia.}, author={Margareth Pierre-Louis and Leonard C Sperling and Mark S Wilke and Maria K. Hordinsky}, journal={Journal of cutaneous pathology}, year={2013}, volume={40 6}, pages={580-4} }