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Title

FOLLICULAR MUCINOSIS (ALOPECIA MUCINOSA)

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YAGHOUBI R. | SINA N. | RANJBARI N.

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  293-294

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Abstract

  A16-year-old boy was visited because of a red, slightly elevated, and hairless 2 × 2 cm plaque on his occipital area that had appeared about 4 months before and enlarged gradually. The lesion caused no trouble for the patient. Examination for fungi had been negative. There was no improvement with administration of topical and systemic antibiotics. Physical examination showed no abnormal finding except the mentional lesion on scalp (Figure 1). Complete blood count, erythro­cyte sedimentation rate, and chest X-ray were all normal. A skin biopsy was performed from the lesion and sent for histopathologic examination (Figures 2 – 4).      

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    APA: Copy

    YAGHOUBI, R., SINA, N., & RANJBARI, N.. (2006). FOLLICULAR MUCINOSIS (ALOPECIA MUCINOSA) . ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE, 9(3), 293-294. SID. https://sid.ir/paper/280106/en

    Vancouver: Copy

    YAGHOUBI R., SINA N., RANJBARI N.. FOLLICULAR MUCINOSIS (ALOPECIA MUCINOSA) . ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE[Internet]. 2006;9(3):293-294. Available from: https://sid.ir/paper/280106/en

    IEEE: Copy

    R. YAGHOUBI, N. SINA, and N. RANJBARI, “FOLLICULAR MUCINOSIS (ALOPECIA MUCINOSA) ,” ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 293–294, 2006, [Online]. Available: https://sid.ir/paper/280106/en

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