Alopecia is a condition that can affect anyone – men, women, and children – and can have serious effects on the person’s life by its sudden apparition and with no obvious causes. It is classified by severity, in other words how large the area on which hair has been lost. Amongst the existing types of alopecia, the most common is alopecia areata.
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Types of Alopecia
- Alopecia Areata
- Alopecia Totalis
- Alopecia Universalis
- Alopecia Diffusa
- Alopecia Barbae
- Traction Alopecia
- Scarring Alopecia
It is the condition in which a part of the hair is lost, but not entirely. Usually, hair loss consists of the fall of a few strands in any area of the head. It starts with a few rounded areas where hair is lost, and which can expand rapidly.
It is when all hair is lost, but not the hair from other regions of the body – and, as a rule, eyelashes and eyebrows do not fall.
It refers to the situation in which all hair on the head and on the body is lost, including eyelashes and eyebrows.
This form of Alopecia is when a part of hair is lost on a large part of the head or body, making it quite difficult to distinguish between this form of alopecia and others.
It is specific to men and only affects their beards.
It usually occurs in the repetitive or persistent hair traction area.
It is a rare form of Alopecia in which hair follicles are destroyed, and scar tissues are formed instead of follicles.