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Woolly-hair nevus

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woolly-hair nevus

A circumscribed patch of fine, curly hair in an otherwise normal scalp appearing during childhood and enlarging for a period of 2 to 3 years; autosomal dominant inheritance. There is another, mostly sporadic form that may be autosomal recessive.

Synonym: allotrichia circumscripta.