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267 Possible Causes for Alopecia, Hirsutism, Muscle Mass Decreased

  • Menopause

    […] the thighs Cause is not known (thought to be neurological) Hirsutism (abnormal hair growth in women) Facial hirsutism is very common in post-menopausal women not on HRT Alopecia[] A 65-year-old woman presented with elevated testosterone levels, hirsutism and insulin resistance.[] Due to a decrease in muscle mass and slowing of your metabolism, it’s more important than ever to limit processed foods and focus on eating a clean diet.[]

  • Virilization

    A 58-year-old postmenopausal woman with high plasma testosterone levels and virilization, as demonstrated by hirsutism and alopecia, is presented.[] How is the hirsutism of PCOS treated? Why?[] Signs of virilization might include: Deepening voice Balding Acne Decreased breast size Increased muscle mass Enlargement of the clitoris Causes At puberty, a girl's ovaries[]

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    […] unjustified fear of weight gain body dysmorphia Along with these, numerous signs may be observed and they include - but are not limited to - the following: lanugo hair and/or alopecia[] Common physical findings include bradycardia, low BP, hypothermia, lanugo hair or slight hirsutism, and edema. Body fat is greatly reduced.[] Patients may also suffer from bone loss, dry mouth, low blood pressure, and alopecia. Female patients usually experience missing or stopped periods.[]

  • Pituitary Neoplasm

    Further changes in the voice, and hirsutism, confirm the diagnosis.[] Some of the associated clinical features in adults patients with growth hormone deficiency include increase in fatty tissue, decrease in muscle mass, decrease in strength[] The classic presentation is one of rapid weight gain with striae, hypertension, growth failure, and pubertal failure or arrest, with hirsutism and premature pubarche in prepubertal[]

  • Turner Syndrome

    An association with many autoimmune diseases is described as well as skin diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo and alopecia areata.[] […] the waist Decreased muscle mass Thinning bones Higher cholesterol, especially LDL (the "bad" cholesterol) How is Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency diagnosed?[] Skin lymphoedema - hands, feet, neck (pterygium coli), pigmented naevi, telangiectasias, vitiligo, keloid, seborrhoeic dermatitis; increased body hair with alopecia.[]

  • Hypertrichosis

    Interestingly, he developed both alopecia areata and hypertrichosis simultaneously following infliximab treatment.[] Excessive hair may present as hirsutism or hypertrichosis.[] Call your provider if: The hair grows rapidly You also have male features such as acne, deepening voice, increased muscle mass, male pattern thinning of your hair, and decreased[]

  • Insulin Resistance

    Androgenetic alopecia and insulin resistance in young men.[] Case 1 presented with premature adrenarche aged 7 years, then by age 12 years had hirsutism, acne, acanthosis nigricans, and asymptomatic diabetes.[] […] and bone mass, which may be decreased in people with poorly controlled insulin resistance. ( 7 ) Lean protein foods, such as organic chicken, wild fish, free-range eggs,[]

  • Hyperandrogenism

    Hyperandrogenism can lead to any or all of the following: Seborrhoea (oily skin) Acne Hidradenitis suppurativa Hirsutism Female pattern balding ( alopecia ) Male pattern balding[] Alopecia is very uncommon in the pediatric popu-lation.[] Hirsutism affects 70-80% of women with androgen excess.[]

  • Primary Hypergonadotropic Hypogonadism-Partial Alopecia Syndrome

    Synonyms al awadi-farag-teebi syndrome primary hypergonadotropic hypogonadism - partial alopecia Etiology Please input defination information here.[] Blood and urine tests can help evaluate the cause of hirsutism. Treatment is aimed at slowing new hair growth.[] Oxandrolone, an anabolic steroid used to treat muscle wasting in HIV patients, is associated with decreased loss of lean body mass, improved wound healing compared with placebo[]

  • Patterson Pseudoleprechaunism Syndrome

    Genetic Heterogeneity of Alopecia-Mental Retardation SyndromeAlopecia-mental retardation syndrome-1 (APMR1) has been mapped to chromosome 3q26.3-q27.3.[] […] adrenal disorder characterized by congenital bronzed hyperpigmentation, cutis laxa of the hands and feet, body disproportion (comprising large hands, feet, nose and ears), hirsutism[] Decreased muscle mass ... Distended abdomen, Umbilical hernia, Inguinal hernia ... Relatively large hands Insulin Receptor Victor A.[]

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