Abstract Fifty-eight patients with alopecia areata have been examined with a slit-lamp. Symptomless punctate lens opacities were found in nine patients (17%). Similar lens changes occurred in four of 20 control patients (20%) with normal vision. As the significance of minor lens changes in alopecia areata is difficult to determine, we do not advocate routine slit-lamp examinations in these patients. References 1. Muller, S.A., and Brunsting, L.A.: Arch Derm 88:202, 1963.Crossref 2. Muller, S.A., and Winkelmann, R.K.: Arch Derm 88:290, 1963.Crossref 3. Papastratigakis, C.: Paris Med 45:475, 1922.
Archives of Dermatology – American Medical Association
Published: Apr 1, 1966
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