Androgenetic alopecia (common baldness).

    March 1991 in “PubMed
    David G. Brodland, Sigfrid A. Muller
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    TLDR The document talks about common baldness, its features, and potential treatments.
    The document from 1991 reviewed the clinical and endocrinologic features of androgenetic alopecia, a common form of hair loss affecting both men and women. It was noted that the vast majority of all alopecia cases were of the androgenetic type. The document also mentioned potential therapies for this disorder, which included both surgical and medical modalities. However, the document did not provide specific details about these therapies or their effectiveness.
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