Temporal triangular alopecia

Temporal triangular alopecia is a circumscribed, non-scarring, non-inflammatory Permanent alopecia of unknown cause confined to the frontotemporal scalp. The area of Hair Loss is commonly triangular but may be oval or lancet-shaped. It is usually unilateral. The alopecia is apparent from Birth in about a third of cases but may not be noted until later childhood. It has, rarely, been associated with phakomatosis pigmentovascularis.

Where it Occurs

  • Skin structure of scalp
  • Also Known As

  • Triangular alopecia
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