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1. The association of androgenetic alopecia with metabolic syndrome: a case control study on Iranian population

Ahmad Reza Taheri; Mozhgan Afkhamizadeh; Sara Sabourirad; Omid Hassani; Somaye Ghanizadeh

Volume 22, Issue 4 , 2020, , Pages 129-132

Abstract
  Background: Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is the most prevailing type of progressive hair loss. Thus far, some previous studies have investigated the correlation between AGA and metabolicsyndrome (MetS). However, due to the inconsistency of their results, our study aims at evaluating the ...  Read More

2. A rare ophthalmologic disorder: Gyrate atrophy with sparse hair

Namazi Nastaran; Golfeshan Atefe; Saghi Bita

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, , Pages 57-59

Abstract
  Gyrate atrophy (GA) is a rare, progressive metabolic choroid and retinal degeneration that results from a deficiency of the pyridoxal phosphate-dependent mitochondrial matrix enzyme ornithine aminotransferase. Here, we report the case of a 40-yearold woman who presented with a gradual decline in visual ...  Read More

3. Lipedematous Scalp: A Case Report

Shabanzadeh-Dehkordi Hossein; Kamkhah Amir Farhad

Volume 12, Issue 1 , 2009, , Pages 26-30

Abstract
  Lipedematous scalp (LS) and Lipedematous Alopecia (LA) are uncommon disorders of unknown etiology, pathogenesis and treatment. They are characterized by thickening of the subcutaneous layer of the scalp and a boggy scalp on palpation. Also, hair loss or shortening of hair is seen in LA. In this report, ...  Read More

4. Ant-induced Alopecia: Report of two cases

MR Mortazavi

Volume 7, Issue 1 , 2003, , Pages 46-50

Abstract
  Localized scalp hair loss has different causes which alopecia areata, trichotillomania, tinea capitis and early lupus erythematosus are the most important ones. There are several reports of localized alopecia after tick and flea bites and bee stings, but there is only one report of ant-induced alopecia ...  Read More