Dermoscopy is a non-invasive technique that has been increasingly
utilized for the diagnosis and management of hair and scalp disorders.
It can greatly improve clinical management and it a very practical choice for a clinic set up
as allows examining larger areas in a relatively short duration.
In addition provides useful images to explain patient their disease, which is very important to achieve compliance with treatments.Besides diagnosing alopecia, trichoscopy extremely useful in choosing the ideal biopsy site and is a very valuable for evaluating treatment response.
Dr. Tosti / Introduction
Dr. Dhurat / Androgenetic alopecia and its differentials
Dr. Rudnicka / Alopecia areata and its differentials
Dr. Asz-Sigall / Inflammatory scalp disorders
Dr. Ioannidis / Tinea Capitis
Dr. Tosti / Lichen Planopilaris and its variants
Dr. Duque Estrada / Discoid Lupus
Dr. Micali / Dissecting cellulitis
Dr. Tosti, Dr. Dhurat, Dr. Rudnicka, Dr. Duque Estrada, Dr. Ioannidis, Dr. Micali, and Dr. Asz-Sigall / Questions and answers
Vano-Galvan / Folliculitis decalvans
Dr. Fabbrocini / Chemotherapy alopecia
Dr. Tosti / The black scalp
Dr. Piraccini / Pull test trichoscopy
Dr. Shapiro / The Folliscope
Dr. Thomson / The pathologist’s view
Dr. Pirmez / What’s new?
Dr. Tosti, Vano-Galvan, Dr. Fabbrocini, Dr. Piraccini, Dr. Shapiro, Dr. Thomson, and Dr. Pirmez / Questions and answers
Dr. Anzai / Trichoscopy of the eyebrows
Martinez Velasco / Trichoscopy for treatment /follow up
Dr. Vincenzi / Trichoscopy guided biopsies
Dr. Doche / Trichoscopy in syphilis and leprosy
Tangjaturonrusamee / Trichoscopy for hair transplantation
Vazquez Herrera / Can OCT be useful?
Abraham / Infestations
Martinez Velasco, Dr. Vincenzi, Dr. Doche, Tangjaturonrusamee, Vazquez Herrera, Abraham, and Dr. Anzai / Questions and answers