Learn About Aseptic and Alopecic Nodules of Scalp (AANS)

What is the definition of Aseptic and Alopecic Nodules of Scalp (AANS)?
Aseptic and alopecic nodules of the scalp is a rare skin condition in which dome-shaped nodules appear on the scalp that are surrounded with non-scarring hair loss.
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What are the symptoms of Aseptic and Alopecic Nodules of Scalp (AANS)?
Symptoms of aseptic and alopecic nodules of the scalp include the appearance of non-tender, firm, dome-shaped nodules on the front and back areas of the scalp that are surrounded by non-scarring hair loss.
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What are the current treatments for Aseptic and Alopecic Nodules of Scalp (AANS)?
Aseptic and alopecic nodules of the scalp may disappear on their own. Treatment for aseptic and alopecic nodules includes doxycycline, intralesional corticosteroids, and aspiration and drainage.
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