Ophiasic areata is a marginal presentation of alopecia areata and can affect the nape area as well as the front and sides of the scalp. This type of alopecia areata can be more persistent.
This condition is unpredictable and can last from six months to many years depending on the causative factors. When the hair loss covers the whole scalp it is termed alopecia totalis. When the whole body is affected it is called Alopecia universalis.
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