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Alopecia areata is a non-scarring inflammatory hair loss disease.

Overview of Alopecia Areata

What does alopecia areata look like? Are there different types of alopecia areata?

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What Causes Alopecia Areata?

Learn about some of the risk factors for alopecia areata (AA), as well as evidence that it may be an auto-immune conditions.

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Fungal Infection and Hair Loss

Ringworm (a fungal infection) can cause dry, scaly lesions and patchy alopecia areata type of hair loss on the scalp.

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Secondary Syphilis Can Cause Alopecia Areata

The second stage of syphilis can cause hair loss. What are some conventional and herbal treatment options for secondary syphilis?

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