New Insight Into the Multifactorial Pathophysiology of Hair Loss: Inflammation, Stress, and Follicle Biology Take Front Stage
November 2017 | Volume 16 | Issue 11 | Supplement | s132 | Copyright © 2017
Kircik, et al.
As our understanding of the microenvironment of the hair follicle deepens, it is becoming increasingly clear that targeting a single pathway in this complex system is not ideal. Androgens, cortisol, and corticotropin-releasing hormone, all of which are not in balance in hair loss due to internal and external stress, and gene expression of pro-inflammatory mediators all affect the hair follicle to suppress “normal” function and negatively influence hair growth.
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