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loss of hair (especially on the head) or loss of wool or feathers

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When the whole head of hair is lost, it's known as Alopecia Totalis (AT), and if all body hair - including eyebrows and eyelashes - is lost, it's Alopecia Universalis (AU).
The prevalence of nail changes is greater in the more severe forms of alopecia areata such as alopecia universalis and alopecia totalis Finger nails are more commonly involved than the toe nails.
The genetic basis of alopecia areata: HLA associations with patchy alopecia areata versus alopecia totalis and alopecia universalis. J.
In some cases the area spreads to cover the whole head (alopecia totalis) and very rarely the whole body (alopecia universalis).
In alopecia universalis, there is no body hair including eyebrows, eyelashes, or pubic hair.
(30) E1-Shanti et al found a new syndrome in 5 patients from two separate families who had laryngomalacia, XY gonadal dysgenesis, and alopecia universalis congenita.
Alopecia areata is part of a spectrum of diseases with mild to extensive hair loss (Figure 2), including alopecia totalis, in which all the hair on the scalp is lost, and alopecia universalis (Figure 3), in which all the hair on the body is lost.
colleagues teamed up with scientists in Pakistan to study a family whose members frequently have alopecia universalis, a rare condition that results in no scalp or body hair growth after birth.
The responders in the 8 mg twice-daily dose group were evenly distributed among patients with patchy alopecia areata and the more severe forms, alopecia totalis and alopecia universalis. The percentage of patients achieving the primary endpoint continued to increase up to Week 24, and regrowth of hair did not appear to plateau at Week 24.
But, since losing her hair with the condition alopecia universalis, it has become a focal point in her life.
Participants had a median 2.3 years of disease duration; 62 patients had alopecia totalis, and 42 had alopecia universalis.
Yellow dots and black dots were the only findings seen in a single case of alopecia universalis. Yellow dots and black dots were seen commonly in patchy alopecia.