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Hair Loss (cont.)

Hair Loss Pictures

This man demonstrates typical male-pattern baldness. Notice that the side and back regions are least affected.
This man demonstrates typical male-pattern baldness. Notice that the side and back regions are least affected.
This is a typical view of male-pattern baldness from the back.
This is a typical view of male-pattern baldness from the back.
This man has mostly frontal balding. Early treatment is the only prevention of hair loss.
This man has mostly frontal balding. Early treatment is the only prevention of further hair loss.

Medically reviewed by Norman Levine, MD; American Board of Dermatology

REFERENCES:

Rogers, Nicole E. "Medical Treatments for Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss." J Am Acad Dermatol 59.4 Oct. 2008: 547-566.

Stefanato, C.M. "Histopathology of Alopecia: A Clinicopathological Approach to Diagnosis." Histopathology 56.1 Jan. 2010: 24-38.


Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/20/2014

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