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Figure 1: (a) Lateral view of frontal fibrosing alopecia Patient 1. Patient 1 had frontal hair loss with hypopigmentation scarring, erythema, scaling, and partial loss of eye brows. (b) Histopathology image from Patient 1. Mild perivascular and perifollicular lymphocytic infiltrate concentrated around the hair bulge area, dermal fibrosis, loss of sebaceous glands and follicular dropout. (c) Lateral view of frontal fibrosing alopecia Patient 2. Notice atrophic, hypopigmented alopecic skin along the frontal hair line that is affected by FFA. (d) Histopathology image from Patient 2. Mild perivascular and perifollicular lymphocytic infiltrate concentrated around the hair bulge area and perifollicular fibrosis

Figure  1: (a) Lateral view of frontal fibrosing alopecia Patient 1. Patient 1 had frontal hair loss with hypopigmentation scarring, erythema, scaling, and partial loss of eye brows. (b) Histopathology image from Patient 1. Mild perivascular and perifollicular lymphocytic infiltrate concentrated around the hair bulge area, dermal fibrosis, loss of sebaceous glands and follicular dropout. (c) Lateral view of frontal fibrosing alopecia Patient 2. Notice atrophic, hypopigmented alopecic skin along the frontal hair line that is affected by FFA. (d) Histopathology image from Patient 2. Mild perivascular and perifollicular lymphocytic infiltrate concentrated around the hair bulge area and perifollicular fibrosis