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Anagen effluvium

Anagen effluvium
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ICD-10 DiseasesDB 29594

Anagen effluvium is the pathologic loss of anagen or growth-phase hairs. Classically, it is caused by radiation therapy to the head and systemic chemotherapy, especially with alkylating agents.[1][2]:753–4

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