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Alopecia areata and testicular atrophy

A C Brown, Z F Pollard, W H Jarrett
Ocular abnormalities similar to those usually found in patients with vitiligo occurred in nine patients with alopecia areata and one patient with poliosis. Exophthalmos, iris color change, discrete depigmentation, and, frequently, associated pigment hyperplasia of the choroid and retinal epithelium were found in the ten patients. Four patients had had a bilateral iris color change from dark brown to blue-green. Hypogonadism, thyroid disease, and poliosis may frequently be associated with pigmentary disturbances of the eye, as well as hair loss...
August 1982: Archives of Dermatology
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