Lipedematous alopecia, an entity on the rise
AbstractA 59-year-old Afro-American woman presented with a gradual loss of hair
and scalp pruritus for the last year. The complementary tests revealed a
scalp thickness of 10,1mm and a punch biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of
a lipedematous alopecia. This, together with lipedematous scalp, are
uncommon clinicopathologic entities of unknow etiology.