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Non-scarring alopecia

Non-scarring alopecia: Introduction

Non-scarring alopecia: Nonscarring alopecia refers to hair loss without permanent destruction of the hair follicle. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Non-scarring alopecia is available below.

Symptoms of Non-scarring alopecia

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Causes of Non-scarring alopecia

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Misdiagnosis and Non-scarring alopecia

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