Ophiasis

Ophiasis is a form of alopecia areata characterized by the loss of hair in the shape of a wave at the circumference of the head. It gets its name from `ophis`, which is the Greek word for snake, because of the apparent similarity to a snake-shape and the pattern of hair loss. The term `sisaipho` is used to characterize the inverse pattern. Sis...
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ophiasis

A form of alopecia areata in which the loss of hair occurs in bands along the scalp margin partially or completely encircling the head. ... Origin: G., fr. Ophis, snake ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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ophiasis

(o-fi┬┤ә-sis) a form of alopecia areata involving the temporal and occipital margins of the scalp in a continuous band.
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ophiasis

Type: Term Pronunciation: ō-fī′ă-sis Definitions: 1. A form of alopecia areata in which the loss of hair occurs in bands along the scalp margin partially or completely encircling the head.
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ophiasis

baldness in wavy bands
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