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  • congenital hypertrichosis lanuginosa
  • melanocytic naevi - congenital pigmented naevi; Becker's naevus
  • spinal dysraphism - the "faun tail" or lumbosacral hypertrichosis (a congenital localized hypertrichosis) associated with spina bifida occulta; diastematomyelia (1)
  • as a feature of congenital disorders such as lipoatrophy - Lawrence-Sept syndrome; Cornelia de Lange syndrome; Winchester syndrome; Hurler's syndrome; epidermolysis bullosa; congenital porphyrias

Congenital localized hypertrichosis also includes rare forms such as (1):

  • hypertrichosis cubiti
  • posterior cervical hypertrichosis
  • anterior cervical hypertrichosis


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