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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Reproduced from original Figure 2c, trichoscopic image from the authors' first case. The red arrow (highlighting the most distal Pohl–Pinkus constriction) and the yellow arrow (“suggesting” a “restored” thick proximal shaft) in the “tulipoid” hair were highlighted by the original authors. Please note: multiple Pohl–Pinkus constrictions (blue arrows) proximal to the most distal elongated tapering constriction and monilethrix-like morphology of the proximal shaft. Neighboring hair shafts (green arrows) have a similar monilethrix-like hair appearance, without elongated distal tapering

Figure 1: Reproduced from original Figure 2c, trichoscopic image from the authors' first case. The red arrow (highlighting the most distal Pohl–Pinkus constriction) and the yellow arrow (“suggesting” a “restored” thick proximal shaft) in the “tulipoid” hair were highlighted by the original authors. Please note: multiple Pohl–Pinkus constrictions (blue arrows) proximal to the most distal elongated tapering constriction and monilethrix-like morphology of the proximal shaft. Neighboring hair shafts (green arrows) have a similar monilethrix-like hair appearance, without elongated distal tapering