Blending clinical detail with research and theories of pathogeneis, Hair Loss presents an in-depth look at the practical management, both medical and surgical, of all forms of hair loss. Extensively referenced and illustrated with over 300 color pictures, the book covers a broad spectrum of clinical situations. The author examines the different reasons for hair loss, from nutrition to genetics to drug reactions. He provides the foundation necessary for developing the rational, organized approach to management crucial for treating the different kinds of alopecia. The text addresses all aspects of the condition and is ideal for any professional who attends to such patients.
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