Hair Disorders and Emerging Treatments
November 9, 2021
Although hair disorders are common, their management still represents a major clinical challenge in dermatological practice despite the emergence of new diagnostic tools and new treatment options.
The latest special issue of “The Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology” (JEADV) is devoted to hair disorders and emerging treatments.
Two publications written by our medical writing team are included in this special issue:
- A letter to the editor reporting the results of a study that objectively characterizes normal hair aging in women;
- An original article reporting the results of a randomized controlled study assessing the effectiveness and safety of a hair lotion in women with acute telogen effluvium: the most common cause of transient diffuse hair loss, usually occurring 2 to 3 months after a triggering event (stress, medication, a change in the season, diet or childbirth).
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