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         Alopecia:     more books (100)
  1. Princess Alopecia by Yaacov Peterseil, 1999-09
  2. Alopecia Areata: Understanding and Coping with Hair Loss by Wendy Thompson MA, Jerry Shapiro MD, 2000-03-03
  3. Regrowing Hair Naturally: Effective Remedies and Natural Treatments for Men and Women with Alopecia Areata,Alopecia Androgenetica,Telogen Effluvium and ... Effluvium and Other Hair Loss Problems by Vera Peiffer, 2004-07-01
  4. The Hair Loss Cure, Revised Edition: How to Treat Alopecia and Thinning Hair by Elizabeth Steel, 1999-08-25
  5. What You Always Wanted To Know About Alopecia Areata by Various Authors, National Institute Of Health, 2010-04-17
  6. The Girl With No Hair: A Story About Alopecia Areata (Health Press for Kids) by Elizabeth Murphy-Melas, 2003-02-03
  7. Homoeopathy in Acne and Alopecia by P. S. Rawat, 1999-06-30
  8. Haare Konnen Wieder Wachsen: Naturliche Mittel Und Therapien Fur Manner Und Frauen Mit Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Androgenetica Und Telogenem Haarausfall (German Edition) by Vera Peiffer, 2008-08
  9. Alopecia Areata (Genetic Diseases) by Janey Levy, 2006-08-31
  10. Coping with Alopecia by Nigel Hunt, Sue McHale, 2004-03
  11. Alopecia Areata - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-03-23
  12. Alopecia Areata - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References - SECOND EDITION by Icon Group International, 2009-09-16
  13. Alopecia: Webster's Timeline History, 1616 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-07-08
  14. Androgenetic Alopecia: Modern Concepts of Pathogenesis by Masumi Inaba, Yoshitaka Inaba, 1996-01-15

1. National Alopecia Areata Foundation -- NAAF
A non profit organization dedicated to providing information about alopecia areata.With support groups in the USA and contacts with similar support groups
The Record, Stockton, CA staff photographer Cliffor Oto

2. Alopecia Kids  Sydney
Provides a message board, jokes, puzzles, and contact information.
Alopecia Kids - Sydney Welcome to the Alopecia Support Group Kids Site. We are still developing this page so if you have any suggestions please Email us on the link above or on kids@alopecia- This page has been visited times. Created in February 2003 by Paul Boulus Last Updated

3. Alopecia Information And Resources At
alopecia Information and Resources at

Hair Structure Common Types Treatments ... Links
This web site is designed to provide information to those who are experiencing hair loss.
It has sections which cover the most common types of hair loss but has a special focus on androgenetic alopecia or pattern baldness.
Hair Structure and Life Cycle
This section goes back to the basics to introduce you to the life cycle and structure if your hair. It describes the structure of the hair and hair follicle and outlines the growth and rest phases as the hair follicle cycles. Knowledge of how hair grows will assist in the understanding of different types of hair loss and why they occur.
Common Types of Hair loss
This section gives details and information along with information of the medical treatments for the most common types of hair loss. Because there are many different types of hairloss this section is divided into 6 different groups.
Hair Loss Treatments
The section on hair loss treatments mainly outlines the major treatments for androgenetic alopecia, as well as including a section on alopecia areata treatments. Most hair loss treatments include references to studies that have been carried out on the various treatments.
Glossary The Glossary is designed to assist with unfamiliar words or terms which are commonly used.

4. Alopecia Androgenetica/ Mannelijk Ontharingspatroon
Informatie over haaruitval door Nederlandse dermatologen.
Alopecia androgenetica synoniem: mannelijke kaalheid
Wat is het?
Alopecia androgenetica, of kaalheid volgens mannelijk patroon, is een zeer veel voorkomende vorm van permanente haaruitval. Het is bij mannen volstrekt normaal en bij vrouwen slechts zelden een aanwijzing voor een onderliggend ziekteproces. Wie krijgt alopecia androgenetica?
Alopecia androgenetica is in sterke mate erfelijk bepaald. Men kan de aanleg voor kaalheid zowel van vaders- als van moederskant ‘erven’. Ongeveer 60% van de Nederlandse mannen krijgt op enig moment in zijn leven te maken met alopecia androgenetica. Soms is dit slechts een iets minder dicht behaard deel van de kruin of inhammen in de voorste haarlijn (‘geheimratsecken’). Anderen krijgen al vlak na de puberteit te maken met een grotendeels kale schedel.
De haarcyclus
Voor een goed begrip van haarverlies is kennis van de haarcyclus noodzakelijk.
Niet alle haren groeien gelijktijdig en haren kunnen slechts een beperkte tijd groeien.
De groeifase van de haar wordt de anagene fase genoemd. De duur van deze groeifase verschilt van persoon tot persoon. Vrouwen hebben een veel langere groeifase waardoor zij ook langer haar kunnen dragen dan mannen. In de anagene fase zijn de haren dik en goed gepigmenteerd. Gemiddeld is 85% van de hoofdhuid in de anagene fase.

5. Alopecia Areata
Links, conferences, and treatments for alopecia areata.
Alopecia Areata
Now ................. and before
(Page updated June 7, 2005)

Alopecia areata genetic study, recruitment call for Europe and Scandinavia based volunteers. A European and Scandinavian consortium of 14 clinics in 12 countries are planning a large scale study to define general alopecia areata susceptibility and resistance genes in families of alopecia areata affected individuals. To participate in this study please read the details at this Web page:
If you and your family fit the criteria above and you are all willing to take part in the study, please provide your name and your email or postal address where we can contact you to the study coordinators via the European Hair Research Society web site at . All emails will be passed directly and confidentially to the study coordinators.
New York Presbyterian/ Weill Medical College of Cornell University is conducting research studies involving the genetics of alopecia areata. At this time, we are actively recruiting patients with alopecia areata to participate in the study. Participation in one study includes a questionnaire on the individual's experience with alopecia and family medical history as well as a blood draw at any convenient time and location. Participation in a second study includes two to four skin biopsies that must be performed in our clinics here in Manhattan. Our web site address is:

6. Alopecia Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (part01)
An extensive FAQ on alopecia areata from the Medical College of Georgia.Also access to an alopecia areata email support group list.

7. Cicatricial Alopecia (also Known As Scarring Alopecia)
A nonprofit organization providing information for patients, families, and physicians. Includes FAQ, articles and conference details.
CICATRICIAL ALOPECIA RESEARCH FOUNDATION Cicatricial (scarring) alopecia refers to a group of rare disorders which destroy the hair follicle and replace it with scar tissue, thereby causing permanent hair loss. It occurs worldwide in otherwise healthy men and women of all ages. The Cicatricial Alopecia Research Foundation (C.A.R.F.) was formed as a result of one person's experience with scarring alopecia (cicatricial means scarring). When the patient realized that little is known about such disorders, she decided, with the help of her doctor, to initiate a grass roots effort to raise funds to study these problems. C.A.R.F. began raising money with the following mission in mind:
  • to provide funds for research to find effective treatments and a cure
  • to support education and advocacy
  • to raise public awareness
C.A.R.F. funds are available to support research that will enhance our knowledge about this difficult group of diseases. Research proposals may be submitted by investigators throughout the world, and will be reviewed by C.A.R.F.'s Scientific Advisory Board who will select the most promising projects. This website has been created to provide information about the cicatricial alopecias for patients and their families, physicians, as well as the public.

8. M. D. Anderson Cancer Center - Alopecia Areata
Information about researchers studying the genetic components of alopecia areata.Offers disease information and study details.
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9. National Alopecia Areata Foundation
NAAF National alopecia Areata Foundation Web Site

10. National Alopecia Areata Foundation
NAAF National alopecia Areata Foundation Web Site.

11. NAAF Kids Connect
Presents facts for kids and teens about this common disease that results in the loss of hair on the scalp and elsewhere. Support groups and message boards.
NAAF Home Kids Konnect Kids Teens ... Parents PO Box 150760
San Rafael, CA
Fax 415.472.5343
Kids Konnect
Welcome to the National Alopecia Areata Foundation's Kids Konnect! Here, kids, teens, and parents can find an interactive and entertaining place to be themselves while offering support to their peers.
Here children through age 12 can make new friends and stay in contact with old friends. This site lets kids interact by reading poems and stories written by other kids, asking and reading questions answered by our very own Kid Kounselor, becomming a Pen Pal to other kids around the world, and linking to the Kids section of the NAAF Message Board.
Here's the hangout for teens, ages 13-17, where they can gather facts about alopecia areata, give and receive advice about being a teen with alopecia areata, learn makeup tips and head covering suggestions, and communicate with other teens from around the world by becoming a Pen Pal, or link to the Teens section of the NAAF Message Board.
Parents can come together here to share stories, discuss experiences, and offer suggestions to members of the NAAF community who truly understand. Here, parents can read and submit inspirational stories, sign up for the Parents Pen Pal program, and connect with an online group of parents through the Message Board.

12. Hair, Hair Loss, Alopecia, Baldness, Hair Growth, Hair Transplant
Welcome to ! Your source for hair loss, baldness, alopecia, hair growth, hair transplant restoration, and drug treatment information !

13. Questions And Answers About Alopecia Areata
This booklet contains general information about alopecia areata alopecia areatais considered an autoimmune disease, in which the immune system,

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Publication Date: February 2003 Questions and Answers About Alopecia Areata This booklet contains general information about alopecia areata (al-oh-PEE-shah ar-ee-AH-tah). It describes what alopecia is, its causes, and treatment options. Information is also provided on current research. If you have further questions after reading this booklet, you may wish to discuss them with your doctor. What Is Alopecia Areata? Alopecia areata is considered an autoimmune disease, in which the immune system, which is designed to protect the body from foreign invaders such as viruses and bacteria, mistakenly attacks the hair follicles, the tiny cup-shaped structures from which hairs grow. This can lead to hair loss on the scalp and elsewhere. In most cases, hair falls out in small, round patches about the size of a quarter. In many cases, the disease does not extend beyond a few bare patches. In some people, hair loss is more extensive. Although uncommon, the disease can progress to cause total loss of hair on the head (referred to as alopecia areata totalis) or complete loss of hair on the head, face, and body (alopecia areata universalis).

14. Hair, Baldness, Hair Loss Disease, And Alopecia Information
Information, links, book reviews, message boards and FAQs dealing with alopecia and other types of hair loss.
Welcome to ! Your source for hair loss, baldness, alopecia, hair growth, hair transplant restoration, and drug treatment information ! Home Forums Privacy Advertising ...
  • Discussion Forum . For all your hair, hair loss, and hair growth related questions and comments. Hair Biology . An introduction to hair biology, the structure, embryonic development, growth, types, and cycling of hair follicles. Diagnosis / Decisions . A description of what a dermatologist may do to diagnose a hair loss disease, points to consider when deciding a course of treatment, how to spot a hair loss treatment scam, and lists of hair disease diagnoses. Androgenetic Alopecia - clinical patterns The most common form of hair loss. With illustrations of pattern baldness scales used in dermatology clinics and explanations of androgenetic alopecia presentation. Androgenetic Alopecia - biology Including explanations of androgen production and processing in androgenetic alopecia, statistical links with associated conditions like heart disease, and factors that may contribute to the onset of hair loss.

15. Alopecia Areata Index
alopecia areata diagnosis. An introduction to the diagnosis of alopecia areata. alopecia areata - clinical presentation.

16. Alopecia Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (part01)
An extensive FAQ on alopecia areata from the Medical College of Georgia. Also access to an alopecia areata email support group list.

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18. Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Totalis, Alopecia Universalis. DermNet NZ
What causes alopecia areata?

19. Preface
Ebook by Peter Gurney, covers diverse cavy health topics such as alopecia, malocclusion, heat exhaustion and bladder stones.
The A to Z of Guinea pigs is going to be just that. An A to Z of housing, husbandry, habits, veterinary care, the lot.
I happen to have a brilliant vet but many vets are not as skilled as they should be in treating these animals, and freely admit it. So it is vital to arm owners with as much information as possible about their veterinary care to enable them to treat them themselves. However, if all the sundry matters concerning guinea pig life are given a wider coverage in a book, I feel that even the skills of owners proficient in veterinary care will need to be called upon less.
It is amazing the number of questions I get from owners who have become concerned about the health of one or more of their animals because of a certain behaviour pattern. It may have been a pattern that had been there all the time and they have just had not noticed it or it may have suddenly developed.
Living with so many of the wee beasties for such a long time I have become very familiar with all manner of behaviour patterns that I tend to ignore them. I have categorised and stored them neatly away in some corner of that thing I use for a brain and thought no more about them until the inevitable question is asked about one of these behaviours. It’s about time I made them accessible to all guinea pig owners. It’ll save them a lot of grey hairs and their guinea pigs constant scrutiny!
When it comes to housing then I really do have a bee in my bonnet, for being imaginative in this vital matter can only be of benefit to both people and piggies. My main sow pen now takes up one side and a half of my studio flat, is equipped with water features out of which many of my sows drink and at night the subdued lighting is very similar to that which is used in stage lighting. People are very impressed by this but point out that it must be expensive to run. In point of fact, it is all low energy lighting that costs very little to run.

20. Alopecia Information And Resources At
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