Diagnostik und Therapie bei Haarausfall und Hirsutismus View Full Text


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DATE

2021-09-13

AUTHORS

Daisy Kopera

ABSTRACT

Few symptoms are as distressing as the involuntary change in the individual hair pattern. Hair loss itself is a phenomenon that physiologically leads to the loss of approximately 100 scalp hairs per day due to the asynchronous growth phases of the hair follicles. Causes of excess hair loss beyond this are diverse, ranging from hormonal, psychosomatic and autoimmune to alimentary or paraneoplastic. This article explains various forms of hair loss (alopecia), and also elucidates unwanted increased hair growth in women (hirsutism). The treatment of alopecia cannot be summarized in a generally valid algorithm due to its different underlying causes. More... »

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303-310

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