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Evidence‐based (S3) guideline for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in women and in men
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Androgenetic alopecia is the most common hair loss disorder, affecting both men and women and its frequency increases with age and affects up to 80 % Caucasian men and 42 % of women. Expand
S1 guideline for diagnostic evaluation in androgenetic alopecia in men, women and adolescents
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This S1 guideline for diagnostic evaluation of AGA in men, women and adolescents reviews the definition of AGA and presents expert opinion‐based recommendations for sex‐dependent steps in the diagnostic procedure. Expand
Evaluation and treatment of male and female pattern hair loss.
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Asian, Native American, and many men of African heritage have a decreased frequency of frontal hair loss and less extensive hair loss compared to Caucasians. Expand
Good Practice Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Gender Dysphoria
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The Good Practice Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Gender Dysphoria is a publication of the Intercollegiate Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and recognizes that treatment for gender dysphoria has become more individualized. Expand
Frontal fibrosing alopecia: possible association with leave‐on facial skin care products and sunscreens; a questionnaire study
Since its first description in 1994, frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA) has become increasingly common, suggesting that environmental factors are involved in the aetiology.
Hair loss in women with hyperandrogenism: four cases responding to finasteride.
TLDR
The finding that finasteride treatment improves pattern hair loss in women with hyperandrogenism but does not affect those postmenopausal women with female patternhair loss without hyperandrogensism supports the concept that not all types of female hair loss have the same pathophysiology. Expand
The non-synonymous C1858T substitution in the PTPN22 gene is associated with susceptibility to the severe forms of alopecia areata.
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The results suggest that the non-synonymous C1858T substitution in the PTPN22 gene may have an influence on the severity of alopecia areata and provide further evidence for autoimmunity as an aetiological factor in this disorder. Expand
Loss-of-function mutations of an inhibitory upstream ORF in the human hairless transcript cause Marie Unna hereditary hypotrichosis
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The results establish the link between MUHH and U2HR, show that fine-tuning of HR protein levels is important in control of hair growth, and identify a potential mechanism for preventing hair loss or promoting hair removal. Expand
Evidence‐based (S3) guideline for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in women and in men – short version
TLDR
The purpose of the guideline is to provide dermatologists with an evidence‐based tool for choosing an efficacious and safe therapy for patients with androgenetic alopecia. Expand
How not to get scar(r)ed: pointers to the correct diagnosis in patients with suspected primary cicatricial alopecia
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A rational and pragmatic guide to help clinicians in the professional assessment, investigation and diagnosis of patients with PCA is presented and it is shown how dermatoscopy can be profitably used for clinical diagnosis. Expand
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