Alopecia

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Understanding alopecia areata

A common type of hair loss that is sometimes expected is that of male pattern baldness. As a man enters into the later years of adulthood, he may notice a receding hairline or hair loss on the crown of the head. But what if a child or younger adult is experiencing bald spots throughout the …

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Understanding Alopecia

While it is normal for the scalp to lose up to 100 hairs a day, patients who are experiencing more severe hair loss and thinning may need to work with a doctor to understand their condition. Alopecia, or hair loss, can impact children and adults and can cause patients to feel self-conscious about how they …

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Understanding Alopecia in Children

While most patients are well-aware of the signs of aging, including hair loss, they are often surprised to see their child experience hair loss and thinning. A young child’s hair loss may come as a surprise, but is not uncommon. Adult thinning and baldness may be caused by something different than a child’s experience. In …

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