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Figure 107.1
Seborrhoeic dermatitis of the scalp.
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Figure 107.5
Cicatricial pemphigoid.
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Figure 107.9
Cutaneous sensory receptors and mediators involved in the itchy scalp. BDNF, brain‐derived neurotropic factor; CB, cannabinoid receptor; CGRP, calcito...
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Figure 107.2
Scalp psoriasis with hair loss. (a) Psoriatic alopecia. (b) Hair regrowth after active management of scalp psoriasis.
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Figure 107.6
Dissecting cellulitis of the scalp. (From Dyall‐Smith 1993 [ ]. Reproduced with permission of Australasian Journal of Dermatology.)
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Figure 107.10
Clinical classification of scalp pruritus. (Adapted from [ ].)
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Figure 107.3
Linear morphoea (en coup de sabre). After having this lesion since adolescence, this woman later developed biopsy‐proven lichen sclerosus of the vulva...
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Figure 107.7
An approach to diagnosing pustules in the scalp.
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Figure 107.4
Sarcoidosis of the frontal hair line and forehead.
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Figure 107.8
Erosive pustular dermatosis of the scalp.