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A 49-year-old black woman presented with a 4-month history of new-onset diffuse scalp bogginess and irregularity. She first noticed gradual swelling of her scalp and slowed hair growth, with a few areas of frontal thinning. The swelling progressed to involve her entire scalp and was accompanied by a "crawly, wormlike" sensation but no pruritus or pain. During the 4-month period, she had been otherwise well. She reported no history of trauma, no new medications, and no accompanying systemic symptoms.
Kane KS, Kwan T, Baden HP, Bigby M. Woman With New-Onset Boggy Scalp. Arch Dermatol. 1998;134(4):499-504. doi: