Alopecia areata is common form of hair loss. It occurs in both sexes and at all ages but is most common among children and young adults.
The cause is believed to be an autoimmune reaction in which the body’s immune defenses mistakenly attack the hair follicles.
Round, irregular patches of hair are suddenly lost. Around the edges of the patches are characteristic short, broken hairs, which resemble exclamation points. The site of hair loss is usually the scalp or beard.
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