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TREATMENT FOR LOCAL FORMS OF ALOPECIA AREATA, BY TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE PATHOGENETIC FEATURES OF DISEASE DEVELOPMENT

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2
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2017

A. Gadzhigoroeva, MD Moscow Research and Practical Center for Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology, Department of Healthcare, Moscow

Intradermal injections of long-acting corticosteroids, the dose of which is limited by possible side effects, are used to treat local forms of alopecia areata (AA), which makes them unacceptable for extensive balding areas. In this connection, it is relevant to study the efficiency of treatment for local forms of AA by alternative topical immunosuppressive therapies.

Keywords: 
alopecia areata
activity
angiogenesis
treatment
minoxidil
hormones



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