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Androgenic hair loss can occur quite early in childhood and is not always associated with premature puberty.Adrenal tumors are a rare cause of poorly responsive androgenic hair loss. Alopecia areata incognita can sometimes cause diffuse hair loss in children.Loose anagen syndrome is probably being missed in Indian children. It responds quite well to topical minoxidil.Transient neonatal hair loss can present as occipital alopecia, frontotemporal hair loss or diffuse thinning....
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