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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol > Volume 9(2); 2011 > Article
두정부열이 탈모에 미치는 영향에 대한 연구
Effect of fever in parietal region on the Hair-loss
Jin-Ran Chung
This study is to investigate the affect of fever in parietal region on alopecia subjects. Subjects of this study is total of 355 persons (171 male, 184 Female), who visited H Hair Loss (Alopecia)center that is located in Seoul Gangnam area for hair loss treatment due to alopecia symptoms between Jan.2009 to Sep.2010. Gender ratio of the subjects were similar, 48.2% male and 51.80% female, but showing female is slightly higher than the male, meaning that female is more actively participated in hair loss treatment when the alopecia occurs. Generic factor of alopecia is total of 49.70%, 49.4% male and 50.6% female; it appears that the hair loss is caused by many other factors including generic factors and generic dependence of male alopecia is higher than the female’s. Subjective symptoms of fever in parietal region are total 72.7%, 77.8% of male and 67.9% female; fever in parietal region is a major cause of hair loss, and the result showed that the male has higher risk of alopecia that is caused by fever in parietal region.
Key words: Hair loss, fever in parietal region
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