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Dermoscopic Findings of Alopecia in Patients with Hypothyroidism and Its Probable Relevance in the Future

Kaveh Gharaei Nejad, Behrang Motamed, Afagh Hassanzadeh Rad, Elahe Rafiee, Setila Dalili, Atrie Molaei

 

Background:

 
Thyroid hormones are essential in the growth and maintenance of hair follicles. Numerous studies have evaluated the relationship between thyroid disorders and hair loss. However, no study has assessed the dermoscopic results in patients with hypothyroidism and hair loss.

Objectives:

 
This study aimed to investigate dermoscopic findings of alopecia in patients with hypothyroidism and its probable relevance in the future.

Methods:

 
This analytic cross-sectional study was performed on patients with hair loss referred to dermatology clinics of Guilan University of Medical Sciences, Iran. Hypothyroid patients and an equal number of euthyroid individuals were compared. After recording the demographic and clinical characteristics, all patients were subjected to hair dermoscopy.

Results:

 
A total of 164 patients with and without hypothyroidism with hair loss were studied. The frequency of hair shaft abnormalities (P < 0.001) and vellus hair (P < 0.001) significantly differed between the two groups. Dermoscopic findings related to scale abnormalities (P = 0.002) and their perifollicular type (P < 0.001) significantly differed between the groups. Vascular changes (P < 0.001), perifollicular concentric type (P = 0.012), and interfollicular red loops type (P = 0.005) were significantly higher in patients with hypothyroidism. Also, based on the multiple logistic regression model, the chance of abnormalities of the hair shaft, scales, and vascular changes increased by 3.24, 2.73, and 3.53, respectively, in hypothyroidism compared to euthyroidism.

Conclusions:

 
Regarding the promising results of this study, we could detect possible dermoscopic signs of …
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