Erblich bedingte Hypotrichosen, Alopecien und Dystrichosen bei genetischen Syndromen außer Genodermatosen

  • T. Šalamon


Dargestellt werden klinische Erscheinungsbilder und Erbgänge von Hypotrichosen, Alopecien und Dystrichosen bei verschiedenen Syndromen außer Genodermatosen. Unter „Hypotrichose“ sollte das quantitativ mangelhafte Haarwachstum, unter „Alopecie“ der Zustand der Haarlosigkeit verstanden werden. Unter dem Begriff „Dystrichose“ ist eine erblich bedingte Haarverformung zu verstehen.


The clinical signs and the mode of inheritance of hypotrichoses, alopecias as well as dystrichoses in genetically determined syndromes other than genodermatoses are described. The term “hypotrichosis” in this study designates the results of quantitatively deficient hair anlage, while the term “alopecia” indicates the loss of previously existent hair. “Dystrichosis” signifies genetically determined alterations of the form of hairs. The clinical pictures, as well as the mode of inheritance in various syndromes other than genodermatoses are briefly described or demonstrated in tables.


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  • T. Šalamon
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  1. 1.Klinik für Stomatopathologie der Stomatologischen Fakultät der Universität, SarajevoSarajevoBosnia and Herzegovina

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