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What is Alopecia?

Description of the disease

Alopecia is a condition in which there is partial or complete hair loss on the body or scalp. This can be caused by various factors such as hormonal changes, heredity, or autoimmune processes.


  • Androgenetic alopecia
  • Alopecia areata
  • Alopecia universalis


Symptoms of alopecia may include gradual or sudden hair loss, thinning hair, and bald patches on the skin.


Causes of alopecia may include genetic predisposition, stress, poor nutrition, thyroid disorders, and other factors.


Diagnosis of alopecia includes examination by a dermatologist, blood tests, examination of the condition of hair follicles, and other methods.


Treatment of alopecia may include the use of medications, phototherapy procedures, hair transplantation, and other methods depending on the type and cause of the disease.


Prevention of alopecia includes a healthy lifestyle, proper nutrition, hair care, and regular visits to a dermatologist.


The doctor responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of alopecia is a dermatologist-trichologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.