Acne Keloidalis Nuchae Also Known As Folliculitis Keloidalis

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Figure 1 (A) Well-circumscribed areas of nonscarring hair loss in typical alopecia areata. (B) Marginal hair loss in ophiasis pattern alopecia areata. (C) Diffuse hair loss in diffuse alopecia areata. (D) Exclamation point hairs (arrows) in an active patch of alopecia areata.

Figure 2 (A) Low power view demonstrating normal follicular density, numerous telogen follicles (>90%), and follicular miniaturization in alopecia areata (T/V = 1/3). (B) Four telogen germinal units (thin arrows) and several pigment casts (thick arrows) in a biopsy of alopecia areata. (C) Peribulbar lymphocytic infiltrates around vellus hair follicles in alopecia areata. (D) Peribulbar lymphocytic infiltrate around a terminal hair follicle in alopecia areata.

Figure 2 (A) Low power view demonstrating normal follicular density, numerous telogen follicles (>90%), and follicular miniaturization in alopecia areata (T/V = 1/3). (B) Four telogen germinal units (thin arrows) and several pigment casts (thick arrows) in a biopsy of alopecia areata. (C) Peribulbar lymphocytic infiltrates around vellus hair follicles in alopecia areata. (D) Peribulbar lymphocytic infiltrate around a terminal hair follicle in alopecia areata.

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