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Figure 2: (a) Trichoscopy of congenital triangular alopecia with vellus hair, showing white hair with a range of diameters. (b) Vertical section of a biopsy specimen showing normal epidermis, dermis, and adnexa (H and E, 40). (c) Horizontal section of a biopsy specimen showing the number of hair follicles. The hair follicles were smaller than normal. There were telogen hairs and vellus hairs. Mild inflammation was observed around the follicles (H and E, ×40)

Figure 2: (a) Trichoscopy of congenital triangular alopecia with vellus hair, showing white hair with a range of diameters. (b) Vertical section of a biopsy specimen showing normal epidermis, dermis, and adnexa (H and E, 40). (c) Horizontal section of a biopsy specimen showing the number of hair follicles. The hair follicles were smaller than normal. There were telogen hairs and vellus hairs. Mild inflammation was observed around the follicles (H and E, ×40)