Natural History and Pathogenesis of Alopecia in Children and Adults
Background: Alopecia is the loss of hair or lack of hair growth. It is often related to an immune disorder that disrupts the growth of hair. Hair loss can affect a person s physical and mental health. The causes of alopecia are not well understood. This natural history study will examine causes of alopecia so better treatments can be developed. Objective: To learn why some people have alopecia. This study will look at factors related to genes, the immune system, and the bacteria, viruses, and... Read More
Between 2 years and 120 years
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Locations: National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Bethesda, Maryland
Conditions: Hair Loss