Diffuse hair loss in women: the psychopathology of those who complain.

  • J Eckert
  • Published 1976 in Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica

Abstract

Thirty-two women complaining of diffuse alopecia were examined by a psychiatrist. Seven of them were found to have severe, usually long-standing marital and sexual problems and two of them were overtly depressed. In a previous investigation the results of tests to assess the degree of hair loss of these seven women showed no significant difference from the… (More)

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@article{Eckert1976DiffuseHL, title={Diffuse hair loss in women: the psychopathology of those who complain.}, author={J Eckert}, journal={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica}, year={1976}, volume={53 5}, pages={321-7} }