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Androgenetic Alopecia From A to Z: Vol.1 Basic Science, Diagnosis, Etiology, and Related Disorders

Konstantinos Anastassakis, 303076110X, 978-3030761103, 9783030761103, B09Q81KNF9, 978-3-030-76110-3, 978-3-030-76111-0

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This reference volume conveys complete understanding and management of  Androgenetic Alopecia and Female Pattern Hair Loss (AGA/FPHL). These are  probably the most common adult (18-50 yrs.) health disorders besides  dental caries, accounting for over 98% of hair loss cases in males and  over 70% cases in females. The present volume, the first of three  related volumes, is structured in 4 sections: 22 dedicated chapters,  ranging from basic science (Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology),  the etiology of adult, childhood & adolescent AGA/FPHL, diagnostic  steps and evaluation, to related disorders and comorbidities. For the  first time in the scientific literature, all pathogenic contributors of  AGA/FPHL, including micro-inflammation, scalp vascularization,  biochemical stress, aging, solar radiation, and the sebaceous gland, are  examined in comprehensive, dedicated chapters. The effects of every  hormone on AGA/FPHL, as well as the psychological impact of the  condition, are explored in depth. An extensive chapter on childhood and  adolescent AGA/FPHL, a more common than previously thought condition, is  another unique feature. Finally, two extremely detailed sections are  included on the pathogenic links of AGA/FPHL to life-threatening  comorbidities: cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, hypertension,  insulin resistance, and prostatic disorders, with suggested guidelines  on how to save lives of balding patients by adopting early screening  strategies.

In providing a fully updated, thorough guide to  this popular topic, this richly illustrated volume (over 200 figures,  tables, and algorithms) offers the latest, evidence-based information on  every aspect of AGA/FPHL causing hair loss to countless patients. Each  subject is addressed according to learning and clinical needs, and the  presented information is supported by a wealth of peer-reviewed papers.  Every aspect of this condition is considered, including biology,  diagnosis, etiology, from drug treatment, the influence of nutrition,  lifestyle and food supplements, to related disorders, surgical hair  restoration, hair care, and future treatment options. This handbook will  be an invaluable conveying best management standards to readers,  whether experienced practitioners, clinicians, dermatologists, surgeons  or researchers interested in hair restoration.