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    • Clinical Case. Alopecia in African American patient What is you diagnosis?
    • Clinical Case. Alopecia in African American patient .
      • 1-year-old male .
      • The patient was referred to us for the assessment of a alopecia had appeared on the scalp 2 months previously.
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    • Clinical Case. Alopecia in African American patient .
      • Examination revealed an irregular, patch of hair loss with xerotic skin.
    • Clinical Case. Alopecia in African American patient .
      • What is you diagnosis?
      • The answer next Friday
      • dermatoblog.com
      F. Peral Rubio, M.D. Department of Dermatology Complejo Hospitalario Universitario, Badajoz, Spain.
      • There are a few infectious hair diseases that are more common in African-American / African populations compared to other ethnic groups. The most common of these diseases include Seborrheic dermatitis , Atopic dermatitis and Tinea Capitis . Seborrheic dermatitis is common in both African American adults and infants while Tinea Capitis and Atopic Dermatitis is common mostly in small children.
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