Few dermatologic problems carry as many emotional overtones as hair loss in women, which is by far the most common hair problem encountered in daily clinical practice. Fortunately, a specific diagnosis can usually be established through the application of appropriate examinations and tests, and treatment suited to the diagnosis is likely to control the problem. This comprehensively illustrated monograph provides both specialists and primary care physicians with the practical know-how required for successful management of hair loss in female patients of all ages. The book opens by critically examining various myths about hair loss. The different examination techniques are then described, and the various forms of hair loss and their treatment are discussed in detail. Approaches to follow-up are outlined, and the management of patient expectations is carefully considered. The potential role of hair care and cosmetics is also explored in some depth.aR.M. TrA¼eb, Female Alopecia, Confucius (551 BCa479 BC) The length, color, shape, and combing of the hair must ... More light reflectance on the skin and hair can give the impression of less hair, while correspondingly less lighting can give anbsp;...
|Author||:||Ralph M. Trüeb|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-02-26|