Cicatricial Alopecia Following Therapeutic Embolization

Toutous-Trellu, L.; Chavaz, P.; Piletta, P.
May 1999
Acta Dermato-Venereologica;5/27/99, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p236
Academic Journal
Relates a case of cicatricial alopecia following therapeutic embolization for nosebleeding in a sixty-four-year-old female. Advantages and disadvantages of embolization; Observation of fresh and old venous thrombosis; Presentation of several aggravating factors.


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