Kaloni Information: Alopecia or baldness? Just in men or in women also?

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In Kaloni we want to solve all your questions, so in this section we bring detailed information on the problems of baldness, the techniques that fight against this problem, the causes in both men and women, among others. Find out reviewing our trending topics below.

Baldness is the common name for androgenetic alopecia. Alopecia means "without hair." The word "andro" is related to androgens: the hormones that alter the hair life cycle, shortening or even thinning the capillary fiber until it disappears.

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The Norwood scale is a classification system that can diagnose androgenetic alopecia by measuring a person's degree of baldness.

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Baldness is the common name for androgenetic alopecia. Alopecia means "without hair." The word "andro" is related to androgens: the hormones that alter the hair life cycle, shortening or even thinning the capillary fiber until it disappears.

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The Ludwig scale is a classification system that can diagnose androgenetic alopecia by measuring a woman's degree of baldness. For this purpose, standard graphic images are used that represent the progressive loss of hair.

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Folicular Unit Transplant or “FUT” became the new standard in the hair transplant field in the early and mid 90's.

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Platelet Rich Plasma is an autologous preparation that is neither toxic nor allergenic, obtained by centrifugation of the patient's blood. Its function is to release growth factors from the cells themselves, i.e., obtained by differential centrifugation, obtaining a product consisting of a concentration of platelets. (600.000 to 1.500.000 x mm.)

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