Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Alopecia areata.. topical hair loss or generalized dysfunction capillary follicle or follicular destruction. The surface of the scalp in the area smooth

Alopecia areata:
Loss of local or generalized hair, whether related to bad hair follicular function or damage.
There are different types of buses mainly related to the reason ...
Clinical manifestations:
Oval or rounded spots where the ocean appears in hair-free areas with the appearance of some hair in the limbs and gives it the shape of the question mark ?.
When the hair is removed, the hair bulb appears inundated.
The surface of the scalp in the area is usually smooth.
Hair loss may continue and spread peripherally forming new areas free of hair or the return of some hair to growth may occur recently. Modern growing hair is shorter, lighter and sometimes less white than pigment.
In persistent cases of alopecia, puncture may occur with fingernails.
Topical infections in the scalp: such as pharyngitis, ringworm, and tendonitis.
1 Skin diseases: flat lichen lichen lupus erythematosus.
2 Infection.
3 Chronic tonsillitis, sinusitis and septic ulcer may be blamed as a causative agent.
4 dental abnormalities.
Infections in the teeth:
Dental perforation in children, whether refractive and inhaled (teeth of the mind) may be one of the reasons at the greatest ages of alopecia alopecia.
5. Psychological stress Chronic stress and neurological and psychological trauma are also important causes of alopecia alopecia.
Most of the alopecia cases that we face in practice in children are due to dental dislocations and psychological tensions, the foci of the tonsils, sinuses and immune factors.