Evaluation and treatment of male and female pattern hair loss.

@article{Olsen2005EvaluationAT,
  title={Evaluation and treatment of male and female pattern hair loss.},
  author={Elise A. Olsen and Andrew G. Messenger and Jerry Shapiro and Wilma Fowler Bergfeld and Maria K. Hordinsky and Janet L. Roberts and Dowling B. Stough and Ken Washenik and David A. Whiting},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={2005},
  volume={52 2},
  pages={
          301-11
        }
}
Whether the thinning that occurs after age 50 to60 is all androgen related or is secondary to some other factor related to aging is not entirely clear.•Asian, Native American, and many men of African heritage have a decreased frequency of frontal hair loss andless extensive hair loss compared to Caucasians. 

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