By Lidia Rudnicka, Malgorzata Olszewska, Adriana Rakowska
The target of this atlas is to supply exact and entire, easy-to-use details, enough to accomplish trichoscopy in medical perform. From fundamentals to complicated wisdom, every little thing in a single e-book. during this experience it is extremely an “illustrated textbook” than completely an atlas. It comprises proof dependent info, said algorithms, which aid effortless analysis and “take domestic messages”, which reduction memorizing particular good points of numerous illnesses. The atlas involves significant components. within the first half the authors describe buildings and styles visible in trichoscopy. the second one half contains distinctive description of attribute trichoscopy gains of numerous illnesses of hair and scalp. Consecutive chapters illustrate genetic hair issues, obtained hair loss and scalp diseases.
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53 Broom hairs. Broom hair–like structures (broom fibers; arrow) may be observed in different entities, both cicatricial and noncicatricial. Most likely, they reflect different pathologic mechanisms and histopathologies (×70) Fig. 54 Flame hairs in trichotillomania. Flame-like hairs (arrows) are residues from recently pulled hairs and are observed most commonly in active trichotillomania . We have not observed flame hairs in other diseases (×70) L. Rudnicka et al. 2 Hair Shafts Fig. 55 Acquired hair shaft dystrophy in cicatricial alopecia.
Hair shaft thickness may be roughly estimated with a handheld dermoscope based on the examiner’s experience (thin, intermediate, or thick). Some videodermoscopes have software that allows precise assessment of hair shaft thickness in micrometers. Shown here is a screen shot from an evaluation of hair shaft thickness with FotoFinder Dermoscope II, model 2008 (FotoFinder Systems GmbH, Bad Birnbach, Germany). The arrow points to a hair shaft whose thickness was measured (white line). This hair shaft is Fig.
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