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Female androgenic alopecia

Female androgenic alopecia, also known as female male alopecia, is due to the excess of androgen, and heredity is also an important factor. The clinical manifestation is that the hair on the top of the head is gradually sparse, and the serum androgen is higher than the normal level. It can be diagnosed. Anti androgen preparation cyclopropylprogesterone can be used for treatment.


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