androgenetic


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an·dro·gen·e·sis

 (ăn′drō-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
The development of an embryo that contains chromosomes from only the male parent.

an·dro·ge·net·ic (ăn′drō-jə-nĕt′ĭk) adj.

androgenetic

(ˌændrəʊdʒɪˈnɛtɪk)
adj
related to androgenesis
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Adj.1.androgenetic - of or related to androgenesis
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Cassiopea is a specialty pharmaceutical company developing and commercializing prescription drugs with novel mechanisms of action (MOA) to address long-standing and essential dermatological conditions, particularly acne, androgenetic alopecia (or AGA) and genital warts.
Genetics are responsible for the most common type of hair loss, androgenetic alopecia (male pattern baldness), which is characterized by a receding hairline and bald spots.
GENDER-AFFIRMING HORMONE use was significantly associated with reports of androgenetic alopecia in transgender men, based on data from a survey of 991 individuals.
Aclaris Therapeutics announced positive results from a Phase 2 open-label clinical trial of ATI-502, an investigational topical Janus Kinase 1/3 inhibitor, in patients with androgenetic alopecia, a condition commonly known as male/female-pattern baldness.
Fortunately for the stricken hair-loss research is making significant discoveries that could potentially lead to a permanent cure for androgenetic or common hair loss.
Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern hair loss) is the most common type of hair loss in men over the age of 50.
Oliver stated that Harry suffers from androgenetic alopecia, more commonly known as male pattern baldness, and it is something that runs in his family, as evidenced by Prince William and Prince Charles as well.
Androgenetic alopecia affects about 80 million people in the U.S., of whom approximately 40 percent are women.
It is the second most frequent cause of hair loss after androgenetic alopecia and affects all ages and both genders.1 This condition can significantly alter an individual's physical appearance and can potentially lead to great psychological distress.
DNA genotyping, as Ronnett explains, can precisely classify androgenetic complete mole, diandric triploid partial mole, and biparental nonmolar cases.
Some of the culprits that could be teaming up against you include female androgenetic alopecia, nutritional deficiencies (such as an iron deficiency), and an endocrine disorder (such as a thyroid imbalance).