The Annual Changes of Clinical Manifestation of Androgenetic Alopecia Clinic in Korean Males and Females: A Outpatient-Based Study

    May 2013 in “Annals of Dermatology
    Woo Dong Jang, In Ja Son, In-Kwon Yeo, Kui Young Park, Kap Sok Li, Beom Joon Kim, Seong Jun Seo, Myeung Nam Kim, Chang Seop Hong
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    TLDR AGA increased yearly, type I most common, and family history and seborrheic dermatitis often linked.
    This study analyzed the annual changes in clinical manifestation of androgenetic alopecia (AGA) in Korean males and females over a period of 5 years. The study found that the prevalence of AGA significantly increased over the years, with type I AGA being the most common in both males and females. A family history of baldness was present in a majority of patients, with paternal inheritance being the most common. Associated diseases were observed in a significant number of patients, with seborrheic dermatitis being the most common. The study suggests that a long-term study is needed to identify annual changes in AGA pattern and to determine the age of onset of AGA.
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