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Circular areas of hair loss
Hair grows back gray
Hairline Loss - Older Males
Crown Hair Loss - Older Males
Thinning Hair - Older Females
Hair Loss - Young Females
Excess Body Hair - Young Females
Acne - Young Females
hair loss primarily in young women
irregular hair loss
occurs in children
thickened red scalp
itching in area of hair loss
rash on ear
thickened areas of skin or scalp
scaling of thickened skin
more common in black women
hair loss in region of previous scalp infection
hair loss in region of previous burn
pain and tenderness in areas of damaged skin
common in children
hair loss with itchy and scaly patches
radiation therapy to head or face
extensive hair loss
occurs after severe physical or emotional trauma
diffuse thinning of hair
hair loss usually mild or moderate
hair loss lasts for several months
lump or swelling of scalp
skin appears irregular or discolored in area of lump
hair thinning or loss over abnormal skin
Possible medical conditions of Hair Loss : - Alopecia Areata - Trichotillomania - Androgenetic Alopecia - Thyroid Disorders - Systemic Lupus Erythematosis - Telogen Effluvium - Tinea Capitis - Hair Shaft Disorders - Lichen Planopilaris - Pseudopelade - Folliculitis Decalvans - Chronic Cutaneous Lupus - Necorbiosm Lipoidica Diabetacorum - Sarcoidosis - Kerion - Dissection Cellulitis Of The Scalp - Anagen Arrest - Telogen Effuvium - Seborrheic Dermatitis - Metastatic Cancer - Skin Cancer.
Medical Content Last Updated on 07/12/2008
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