Alopecia Areata

@inproceedings{Beigi2018AlopeciaA,
  title={Alopecia Areata},
  author={MD Pooya Khan Mohammad Beigi},
  booktitle={Springer International Publishing},
  year={2018}
}
Etiopathogenesis The exact etiopathogenesis of AA is not known. However the hypothesis that is most widely believed is that it is a T-cell mediated autoimmune condition that usually occurs in genetically predisposed people (3). Factors that favor autoimmunity include the finding of autoantibodies, valuable effect of T-cell subtype depletion on hair, and the ability to induce remission by grafting involved areas onto immunoincompetent animals. Factors that support a genetic basis include a… Expand

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