Alopecia is a throwback Front Fibrosing hair of frontotemporal start which later spread to the entire edge of hairline slowly progressive.
This pathology is characterized by follicular hyperkeratosis of the hair affected, perifollicular erythema variable and scarring, which produces an irreversible alopecia. Furthermore, in 75% of cases there concomitantly alopecia eyebrows, 25% hair loss, and in 3% of eyelashes.
Causes of Alopecia Front Fibrosing
The factor that causes Alopecia remains unknown Front Fibrosing. Biopsies show similar to lichen planus pillar characteristics, what is considered a variant of location specific. However, no signs lichen planus seen in locations such as nails or mucous membranes, which are common.
Treatment of Alopecia Front Fibrosing
The goal of treatment of Alopecia Front Fibrosing is to halt its advance. The best results are with the combination of different drugs, topical treatments and mesotherapy.
After stopping the disease you can perform a surgical treatment microinjerto hair.