One of the biggest hurdles in diagnosing diffuse hair loss is ruling out the possibility that a more serious condition is causing the symptoms. Issues such as spot baldness are often confused for diffuse hair loss because they appear to begin for no reason. A medical history and physical examination enable the doctor to identify the type of condition.
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