Cicatricial Alopecia Overview
Cicatricial alopecia, also called scarring alopecia, refers to a group of rare disorders that destroy hair follicles. The follicles are replaced with scar tissue, causing permanent hair loss
Ichthyosis is a family of disorders characterized by dry or scaly and thickened skin. Ichthy comes from the Greek word for fish. This condition is called ichthyosis because the thickened skin sometimes has the appearance of fish scales.
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