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5,650 Possible Causes for Loss of Hair

  • Alopecia Areata

    Hair loss that spreads to cover the entire scalp is called alopecia totalis.[] If you notice sudden hair loss, always check with a doctor. There can be a lot of other reasons for it besides alopecia areata.[] Alopecia areata (AA) is probably the third most common form of hair loss dermatologists see, after androgenetic alopecia and telogen effluvium.[]

  • Presbycusis

    The average total hair cell loss was significantly less in TG mice than WT littermates.[] The major etiology for presbycusis is the loss of hair cells in the inner ear; less well known are changes in the central auditory system.[] […] of hair cells (sensory receptors in inner ear) Hereditary factors Aging Various health conditions, such as heart disease or diabetes Side effects of some medications, such[]

  • Cronkhite-Canada Syndrome

    […] anagen-telogen transition is an early event preceding clinical hair loss in CCS.[] However, some patients have presented loss of hair in only the scalp area. Alopecia takes place very fast with reports of total hair loss with a few days common.[] Patients experience alopecia (loss of hair), dark spots on the skin of the arms, legs and face (hyperpigmented macules) and have a loss of finger nails (onychodystrophy).[]

  • Iron Deficiency

    Causes of Iron Deficiency Hair Loss Why does iron deficiency cause hair loss?[] Symptoms include weakness, fatigue, and sometimes pallor, shortness of breath, coldness of extremities, changeable appetite, sore tongue, loss of hair, brittle fingernails[] Hair Loss Iron deficiency, especially when it develops into anemia, can cause hair loss.[]

  • Bjornstad Syndrome

    Pili torti, a condition in which the hair shaft is flattened and twisted, makes the hair very brittle and patients develop hair loss in the first two years of life.EtiologyBjörnstad[] Bjornstad (1) described the association of pilitorti (twisted hair) with sensorineural hearing loss as anew genetic entity.[] […] of the previously mentioned mutations, consequently leading to hair loss in the first few years of life.[]

  • Pancreatic Abscess

    Types & treatments Childhood eczema Adult eczema Insider secrets Types of hair loss Treatment for hair loss Causes of hair loss Hair care matters Insider secrets What is psoriasis[] Alopecia means loss of hair or baldness.[] If you notice sudden hair loss, always check with a doctor. There can be a lot of other reasons for it besides alopecia areata.[]

  • Trichotillomania

    An 11-year-old girl came to our department with a 2-month history of diffuse hair loss on the frontoparietal and parietotemporal area (Figure 1).[] This occurs to such a degree that hair loss can be seen. Efforts to stop pulling hair typically fail.[] Martha Reilly, OD KEY TERMS Alopecia — The loss of hair, or baldness.[]

  • Perifolliculitis Capitis Abscedens

    loss L65.0 Telogen effluvium L65.1 Anagen effluvium L65.2 Alopecia mucinosa L65.8 Other specified nonscarring hair loss L65.9 Nonscarring hair loss, unspecified L66 Cicatricial[] Hair Loss Also called: Alopecia You lose up to 100 hairs from your scalp every day. That's normal, and in most people, those hairs grow back.[] ICD-10-CM Codes › L00-L99 Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue › L60-L75 Disorders of skin appendages › L66- Cicatricial alopecia [scarring hair loss] › Perifolliculitis[]

  • Zinc Deficiency

    The hair loss stopped in 3 weeks. Follow-up in 4 months showed no evidence of alopecia, with normal-looking hair.[] In all patients, hair loss was cured or improved.[] […] of hair, skin and nail quality; bowl problems like diarrhea; and reproductive problems like fertility issues or lack of sex drive.[]

  • Biotin Deficiency

    Two adult patients receiving total parenteral nutrition on a long-term home basis presented with severe loss of hair.[] This may progress from fine brittle hairs, thinning and eventually hair loss, which can lead to alopecia also called baldness.[] From Wikidata Jump to navigation Jump to search nutritional deficiency disease that is characterized by thinning of the hair (often with loss of hair color), and red scaly[]

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