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Dresden

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Altmarkt 10 D
01067 Dresden

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Düsseldorf

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Fachpraxis für Haartransplantation

Königsallee 60B
40212 Düsseldorf

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Berlin

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Beratungszentrum für Haartransplantationen

Friedrichstraße 88
10117 Berlin

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Frankfurt

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Beratungszentrum für Haartransplantationen

Tower 185, Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 35 - 37
60327 Frankfurt a. M.

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Hamburg

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Beratungszentrum für Haartransplantationen

Neuer Wall 80
20354 Hamburg

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Hannover

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Beratungszentrum für Haartransplantationen

Bahnhofstraße 8
30159 Hannover

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Köln

KÖ-HAIR GmbH
Beratungszentrum für Haartransplantationen

Im Zollhafen 24
50678 Köln

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München

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Beratungszentrum für Haartransplantationen

Maximilianstr. 13
80539 München

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Stuttgart

KÖ-HAIR GmbH
Beratungszentrum für Haartransplantationen

Königstraße 26
70173 Stuttgart

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Leipzig, Arcus Park

Torgauer Straße 231-233
04347 Leipzig

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Bahnhofstr. 100
CH-8001 Zürich / Schweiz

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Types of Hair Loss

 

 

 
 

Male hair loss

 
 

Spot hair loss (alopecia areata) 

 
 

Diffuse hair loss (alopecia diffusa)

 
 

Age at start

 
 

20 years and older

 
 

Frequently during childhood, puberty; also later

 
 

Any age

 
 

Genetic predisposition

 
 

Yes, hair loss often as strong as with father or grandfather 

 
 

Yes, frequent occurrence in the family 

 
 

No

 
 

Hair loss pattern

 
 

90 percent progression according to the Norwood pattern

 
 

Round or oval hairless areas, in between often places with normal hair growth; loss of body hair

 
 

All of the hair turns increasingly thinner 

 
 

Changes to the nails

 
 

No

 
 

pits in the nails

 
 

No

 
 

Connected to the taking of medication

 
 

Deterioration through doping 

 
 

No

 
 

Yes

 
 

Progression of the hair loss

 
 

Usually slowly, spasmodically, over years. Irreversible after the follicles die off.

 
 

in part slow progression, sometimes fast loss of all hair within weeks. Reversible!

 
 

Slow and limited or fast hair loss (e.g. chemotherapy). Reversible. 

 
 

Connection with other diseases

 
 

Scalp eczema can accelerate hair loss

 
 

Thyroid disease, vitiligo, neurodermitis, allergies 

 
 

Thyroid disease, infections with high fever, anaemia through lack of iron, liver damage

 

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