This book identifies the broad scope of dermatological conditions in patients with hair and scalp disorders, with particular focus on the hair. These disorders can be associated with various conditions, such as inflammatory, neoplastic and systemic diseases. Often patient history and physical examination significantly narrow the differential diagnosis, but in doubtful cases, trichoscopy or scalp biopsy is needed to establish correct diagnosis. Treatment of hair disease varies from topical through intralesional to systemic options, dependent from type and severity of the disease as well as coexisted conditions.
Clinical Cases in Hair Disorders illustrates clinical features and discuss diagnostic and therapeutic process of both common and unusual conditions. It provides a practical case-based guide in the management of patients with hair diseases and is ideal for both board-certified dermatologists and dermatologists in trainin