Uterine-fibroid Risk Higher in Women With Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia Uterine-fibroid Risk Higher in Women With Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia

Black women with central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia (CCCA) are at increased risk for developing uterine leiomyomas (ULs), according to a retrospective study.Reuters Health Information
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AbstractAndrogenetic alopecia (AGA) is characterized by non-scarring follicle miniaturization. Despite the success of approved therapies, commonly reported side effects and the need for continual use has led to the investigation of alternative therapies. The aim of this paper is to critically review the success of off-label, topical monotherapies for treatment of AGA in men. A literature search was conducted to obtain randomized, controlled and blinded studies that investigated off-label, topical, monotherapies in male patients. Hair density, hair diameter and hair growth were used to evaluate treatment success. Fourteen o...
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Authors: Ocampo-Garza J, Griggs J, Tosti A Abstract INTRODUCTION: Alopecia is a very common complaint in medical practice, which usually has a large psychological impact in patients. Treatment of alopecia is often difficult and frustrating for patients and clinicians owing to the slow growth rate of the hair, long treatment terms, limited efficacy and possible adverse side effects. Areas covered: This paper reviews the new and emerging treatments for two of the most common forms of alopecia, known as androgenetic alopecia and alopecia areata. A literature search of PubMed/MEDLINE and ClinicalTrial.gov was performed...
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This cohort study of over 6 million patients uses data from The Health Improvement Network in the United Kingdom to assess the bidirectional association between major depressive disorder and alopecia areata.
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ConclusionsThis case illustrates the curative potential of PLD after failure of free doxorubicin and the absence of long term cardiotoxicity with PLD. As with all drugs, individual adjustment of dose and treatment interval is important.
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The Daily Mail's resident doctor answers your personal concerns in his weekly Good Health column. Today, he advises on a mild form of alopecia areata.
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Four months ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Since then, I’ve had biopsies, a mastectomy, lymph node removals, countless scans and blood tests, an imminent death scare and two rounds of chemotherapy. Today, I’ll be having my third round and by rights I should be feeling terrified. Chemo’s pretty toxic – my oncologist told me semi-jokingly that the aim is to get as close to killing me as possible. But I don’t feel scared – I’m feeling calm and secure. This is because, thanks to the NHS team at south London’s St George’s hospital, a trip to the chemo ward feels as ...
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This article discusses hair growth and cycling, the common presentations of hair loss in infancy and childhood and an approach to diagnosis. This information will help equip the reader to manage common types of hair loss in the paediatric setting.
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Condition:   Alopecia Areata Intervention:   Drug: Tofacitinib Sponsor:   Institute of Dermatology, Thailand Not yet recruiting
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(Johns Hopkins Medicine) In a study of medical records gathered on hundreds of thousands of African-American women, Johns Hopkins researchers say they have evidence that women with a common form of hair loss have an increased chance of developing uterine leiomyomas, or fibroids
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