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Key questions on hair loss (1.5 CPD hours)

In this 2014 update, consultant dermatologist Professor Andrew Messenger answers questions from GP Dr Mandy Fry on the side-effects of treatment for male pattern baldness, drug-induced alopecia and when to use topical steroids in alopecia areata.



This module will update your knowledge on hair loss, including:

  • The most common causes of baldness in children
  • The genetics of early onset male balding 
  • The prognosis for patients with alopecia areata
  • Which drugs are most likely to cause drug-induced alopecia

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