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Microneedling with 5% minoxidil improves hair loss in Chinese men by activating Wnt/ß-catenin pathway.
Androgenetic alopecia, a genetic disorder affecting up to 50% of adults, is caused by an excessive response to androgens leading to hair follicle shrinkage. Treatments include FDA-approved drugs, other therapies like low-dose oral minoxidil, and hair transplantation.
Minoxidil effectively treats hair loss, especially androgenetic alopecia, but needs more research for better understanding.
Advanced therapies like gene, cell, and tissue engineering show promise for hair regrowth in alopecia, but their safety and effectiveness need more verification.
Dermal exosomes with miR-218-5p boost hair growth by controlling β-catenin signaling.
Topical therapies show promise for hair loss and acne treatment with minimal side effects.
FAGA diagnosis uses blood tests and trichoscopy, with treatments like topical minoxidil, oral anti-androgens, and hormone-modulating drugs.
Minoxidil effectively treats hair loss, but use cautiously and monitor side effects.
Minoxidil boosts hair growth by increasing blood flow and nutrients to hair follicles.
New genes found linked to balding, may help develop future treatments.
Minoxidil can reduce functions related to androgen receptors.
Aromatase inhibitors cause male pattern hair loss in women.
Aromatase gene variation may increase female hair loss risk.
Minoxidil boosts hair growth by increasing cell production and survival.
People with hair loss have more androgen receptors and enzymes in certain follicles, with men and women showing different patterns.