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Investigating Alopecia Areata and its Connection to The High-Mobility Group Box 1: Review Article
The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine
It is a common and reversible hair loss illness known as alopecia areata (AA). Hair loss on the scalp and other regions of the body can begin as a patchy area of full hair loss which may develop to the entire loss of all hair on the body. It is uncertain what causes AA but it is characterized by hair cycle disruption and the presence of mononuclear cell infiltrates in the perifollicular, as well as peribulbar areas. There have been numerous studies that have shown that AA has been linked todoi:10.21608/ejhm.2021.209422 fatcat:zwgph6gubvc35cfsfr2vw5hwce