Synonyms for mucinosa or Related words with mucinosa

congenitalis              cicatrisata              civatte              mucinosis              vegetans              planopilaris              fulminans              follicularis              faciale              leprotica              keloidalis              subtotalis              seminuniversalis              balanitis              folliculitis              atrophia              barbae              parapsoriasis              presenili              poikiloderma              hidradentitis              seborrhea              ichtyosis              hereditaria              decalvans              leukoderma              annulare              ichthyoses              dysencephalia              centrifugum              hypertrichosis              alopecias              pemphigous              subacuta              acrodermatitis              seborrhoeic              allopecia              dyschromatosis              pityriasis              areatacutaneous              erythrodermica              seborrheic              faciei              pernio              myxedematosus              pseudopelade              hidrosadenitis              atrichia              prurigo              cicatricial             

Examples of "mucinosa"
Neuropathia mucinosa cutanea is a cutaneous condition characterized by livedo reticularis on the legs and hyperesthesia.
Alopecia mucinosa (also known as "Follicular mucinosis," "Mucinosis follicularis,", "Pinkus’ follicular mucinosis," and "Pinkus’ follicular mucinosis–benign primary form") is a skin disorder that generally presents, but not exclusively, as erythematous plaques or flat patches without hair primarily on the scalp and face. This can also present on the body as a follicular mucinosis and may represent a systemic disease.
Patients may be ashamed or actively attempt to disguise their symptoms. This can make diagnosis difficult as symptoms are not always immediately obvious, or have been deliberately hidden to avoid disclosure. If the patient admits to hair pulling, diagnosis is not difficult; if patients deny hair pulling, a differential diagnosis must be pursued. The differential diagnosis will include evaluation for alopecia areata, iron deficiency, hypothyroidism, tinea capitis, traction alopecia, alopecia mucinosa, thallium poisoning, and loose anagen syndrome. In trichotillomania, a hair pull test is negative.