Meaning Alopecia
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Baldness. There are many types of alopecia, each with a different cause. Alopecia may be localized to the front and top of the head as in common male pattern baldness. It may be patchy as in a condition called alopecia areata. A variant of alopecia involves the entire head and is called alopecia capitis totalis. The word "alopecia" comes [..]
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Hair loss caused by injury to the scalp. Common causes include the use of caustic hair straighteners, especially those that include lye as an ingredient; stress traction injury from tight rollers and braiding; overheating of the hair shafts; and compulsive pulling out of hair (trichotillomania).
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The lack or loss of hair from areas of the body where hair is usually found. Alopecia can be a side effect of some cancer treatments.
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Baldness; absence or thinning of hair from areas of skin where it is usually present.
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A condition of hair loss resulting in either complete baldness or patches of baldness.
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Loss of hair
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Hair loss.
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Loss of hair that frequently occurs in patients undergoing treatment for cancer or suffering from other diseases, such as AIDS, where cell-killing, or cytotoxic, drugs are used.
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baldness (pop)
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Hair loss.
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(n) loss of hair (especially on the head) or loss of wool or feathers; in humans it can result from heredity or hormonal imbalance or certain diseases or drugs and treatments (chemotherapy for cancer) [..]
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Partial or complete loss of hair is called alopecia. It can be hereditary, stress-induced, or caused by autoimmune conditions, such as lupus. Other causes of hair loss, especially if it is in an unusu [..]
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Hair loss. Temporary alopecia often occurs as a result of chemotherapy or less commonly, when radiation therapy is administered to the head.
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Loss of hair, be it on the head or all over the body. Alopecia is a symptom of many chemotherapy drugs.
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Hair loss
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Absence of hair, baldness (19thC)
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The loss of hair, which may include all body hair as well as scalp hair.
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Hair loss. Alopecia caused by the treatment of cancer is usually temporary, and the hair can be expected to regrow after the treatment is completed. The hair loss induced by radiation therapy is seen locally, in the area that was irradiated. Certain chemotherapy drugs may produce generalized alopecia, or loss of hair over the entire body; although [..]
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loss of hair.
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Absence of Hair from areas where it is normally present.
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Loss of hair. Alopecia may be an adverse effect of some antiretroviral (ARV) drugs.
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Absence of hair from areas where it is normally present.
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Hair loss, which can result from a great number of causes.
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Loss of hair from the head or body.
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A partial or complete loss of hair in areas where it is usually found.
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hair loss.
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Medical term for hair loss.
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The loss of hair, which may include scalp hair and/or other body hair.
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Hair loss due to any cause. One of the most common causes of hair loss in cats is due to an allergy to flea bites.
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There are more inherited skin problems affecting several breeds than space permits describing. One of these inherited problems, alopecia, may affect all breeds. The word refers to abnormal loss of hai [..]
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The lack or loss of hair from areas of the body where hair is usually found. Alopecia can be a side effect of some cancer treatments.
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Loss of hair from the head or body. Alopecia often occurs as a result of chemotherapy. Hair lost in this way usually regrows after treatment is completed.
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A general term to describe hair loss or baldness. Consult Dr. Miller for this type of treatment.
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the complete or partial loss of hair.
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1. <dermatology> Baldness, absence of the hair from skin areas where it normally is present. 2. <oncology> Hair loss as a result of chemotherapy or radiation therapy administered to the head. Hair loss from chemotherapy is temporary. Hair loss from radiation is usually permanent. Origin: Gr. Alepekia = a disease in which the hair falls [..]
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Loss of hair, especially from the head, which either happens naturally or is caused by disease
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The complete or partial loss of hair, especially from the head, which either happens naturally or is caused by disease
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Hair loss. Anemia
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The loss of hair from the body and/or scalp. An effect of some cancer treatments.
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 Hair loss.
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The medical term for all types of hair loss. Alopecia most commonly refers to hair loss on the head, but can be anywhere on the body. Hair loss can be localized in patches, or diffuse, which is seen as hair thinning. Alopecia is typically divided into two types: scarring (cicatricial) alopecia, where inflammation destroys the hair follicle leading [..]
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 Hair loss; can occur as a result of some treatments for lymphoma
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