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February 1930

Maladies du cuir chevelu: V. Les syndromes alopéciques, pélades et alopécies en aires

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1930;21(2):347. doi:10.1001/archderm.1930.01440080187025

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This book is the fifth volume of Sabouraud's extensive work on diseases of the scalp, the first concerning itself with seborrhea, the second with pityriasis of the scalp, the third with the tineas and the fourth with pyogenic infection. The work comprises 345 pages of text and a most extensive bibliography. There are twenty-nine chapters, which are divided into five distinct parts. The first part embraces the clinical study of the various forms of areate alopecia and consists of eight chapters. The second portion, consisting of four chapters, is concerned with the minute microscopic anatomy of the hair and the scalp in the various forms of areate alopecia, together with differential diagnostic features. The third part embraces four chapters, and is a thorough study of the concomitant morbid processes and the influence of heredity which are found in occasional cases of alopecia areata. The association of psoriasis, vitiligo and alopecia

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