androgenetic alopecia


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androgenetic alopecia

[‚an·drə·jə¦ned·ik ‚al·ə′pē·shə]
(medicine)
The most common cause of hair loss, characterized by gradual progression, with miniaturization of genetically programmed hair follicles.
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The hair miniaturization also can be seen via a dermatoscope, but "if you can teach yourselves to use a piece of white paper, it will do very much what a dermatoscope does" to diagnose androgenetic alopecia, noted Dr.
Amongst 100 patients of alopecia, 46 had alopecia areata, 25 had androgenetic alopecia and 29 were suffering from telogen effluvium.
gov/condition/androgenetic-alopecia) National Institutes of Health , there is a scientific explanation behind men suffering from Androgenetic Alopecia more frequently than women.
The study, designed for 60 men and women with thinning hair caused by androgenetic alopecia, will be conducted at Tokyo Medical University Hospital and Toho University Ohasi Medical Center.
New investigational drugs for androgenetic alopecia.
Evidence-based (S3) guideline for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in women and in men.
We undertook this study to compare the two treatment modalities of androgenetic alopecia i.
Androgenetic alopecia comprises female-pattern hair loss; it is actually the female version of male pattern baldness.
The light-based medical treatment was developed for the convenience of in-home use and is clinically tested, and designed for patients suffering from the debilitating effects of thinning hair and Androgenetic Alopecia.
This patented red light technology device is now FDA cleared for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia (male pattern hair loss).
The most common hair loss disorder affecting men is male androgenetic alopecia.
In this study we aimed to show the role of stressful life events in onset and exacerbation of alopecia areata and the levels of anxiety, depression and quality of life by the comparison with the patients with androgenetic alopecia and healthy controls.