Disorders of Hair Growth: Diagnosis and Treatment
Elise A. Olsen
McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2003 - Medical - 544 pages
The only comprehensive book on the subject of hair loss! Highly illustrated, with 250 new color photographs, this resource covers the basic science, diagnosis, and treatment of all problems related to hair. Conditions covered include childhood hair loss, excessive body hair, various types of adult balding, and loss due to medical conditions, trauma, and medications. The new Second Edition emphasizes various new diagnosis and treatment methods including popular, recently approved remedies.
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Differentiation of the Hair Shaft
The Control of Hair Growth
Clinical Tools for Assessing Hair Loss
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5a-reductase abnormalities Acad Dermatol acid adrenal alope alopecia areata alopecia totalis anagen hairs androgen receptor androgenetic alopecia Arch Dermatol associated autosomal biopsy catagen cause cicatricial alopecia Clin clinical congenital cutaneous cuticle Cutis decreased defects deficiency dermal papilla diagnosis diffuse disease disorder dose drome drug ectodermal dysplasia effects Endocrinol Figure finasteride follicular gene Genet grafts hair bulb hair cycle hair follicle hair growth hair loss hair shaft hirsutism histologic hormone human hair hypertrichosis increased inner root sheath Invest Dermatol keratin lesions loose anagen syndrome male pattern baldness matol matrix melanocytes metabolism mice microscopic minoxidil monilethrix mutations normal occur oral outer root sheath patients with alopecia pattern hair loss Pediatr percent pigmented pili torti protein regrowth reported scalp scalp hair scarring shampoo skin sparse steroid telogen effluvium telogen hairs terminal hair testosterone therapy tinea capitis tion tissue topical minoxidil transplanted treated treatment trichotillomania women