loss of hair in circumscribed patches.
alopecia areata, on the other hand, affects both sexes with equal frequency, but affects them at different ages.
The Sexual Life of the Child Albert Moll
alopecia areata and morphœa have been observed associated with it.
Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Henry Weightman Stelwagon
alopecia areata is characterized by the development of round patches more or less completely denuded of hair.
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alopecia areata alopecia ar·e·a·ta (âr’ē-ā’tə)
Hair loss in circumscribed, noninflamed areas of the scalp, eyebrows and beard. Also called alopecia circumscripta.
- Alopecia capitis totalis
alopecia capitis totalis alopecia capitis totalis alopecia cap·i·tis to·ta·lis (cāp’ĭ-tĭs tō-tā’lĭs) n. Progressive loss of scalp hair.
- Alopecia hereditaria
alopecia hereditaria alopecia hereditaria alopecia he·red·i·tar·i·a (hə-rěd’ĭ-târ’ē-ə) n. A hereditary condition in which hair loss usually occurs because of androgen stimulation. Also called male pattern alopecia, patterned alopecia.
- Alopecia circumscripta
alopecia circumscripta alopecia circumscripta alopecia cir·cum·scrip·ta (sûr’kəm-skrĭp’tə) n. See alopecia areata.
- Alopecia medicamentosa
alopecia medicamentosa alopecia medicamentosa alopecia med·i·ca·men·to·sa (měd’ĭ-kə-mən-tō’sə) n. Diffuse hair loss, most notably of the scalp, caused by administration of various drugs.