Japanese Study Finds Patients With Alopecia Areata and Physicians Differ in Viewpoints of Severity and Treatment Satisfaction
The study found disagreement in perceptions of treatment options and overall disease severity among providers and patients.
Topical Treatments, Minoxidil Solutions Found Most Effective in Wide Review of Pediatric Alopecia Therapies
Researchers in China reviewed topical modalities, minoxidil solutions, tofacitinib, and microneedling for pediatric AA.
Dermatology Clinicians Prefer Topical Corticosteroids in Pediatric Patients With Alopecia Areata, Study Finds
Among dermatologists specializing in pediatric alopecia areata, a survey found that class 1 and 2 topical corticosteroids are the preferred first-line therapy.
Reviewing Camouflage Techniques in Black Women With Alopecia and Hair Loss
A recent review evaluated the role of camouflage and concealment techniques and their role in improving the well-being of Black women with hair loss.
Clinical Trial Disparities, Alopecia Areata Misdiagnoses Prevalent Among Non-White Patients
Alopecia areata is more prevalent in non-White patients, according to findings of a recent study.
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