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Alopecia Areata Studies

Aldara as a Treatment for Alopecia Areata?

Alopecia areata is a relatively common, non-scarring type of hair loss. The pathophysiology of alopecia areata is still unclear, but an autoimmune mechanism is the…

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Four Year Alopecia Areata Totalis Universalis Study

To evaluate the clinical manifestations and the effects of treatment we performed clinical study of 532 patients with alopecia areata (including Alopecia…

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Alopecia Areata in Children – Can Stress be a Cause?

These results suggest that alopecia in children was predominantly developed in primary school students, the eldest sibling, children with atopic dermatitis or…

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Rogaine as a Treatment for Alopecia Areata?

The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalence of use of rogaine in treating Alopecia Areata patients under the age of 18 years. This survey of clinicians was…

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Benefits of Rodent Models in Alopecia Areata Studies

Rodent models of human disease provide an important tool in the investigation of genetic and environmental activation factors, disease pathogenesis, and the development of new…

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Why you Shouldn’t Wait to Treat your Hair Loss

Study provided evidence that permanent changes in follicular structure and health (perifolllicular fibrosis) can begin to occur in men experiencing hair loss. This was found in…

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