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Scalp Disorders Affecting Hair Growth

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Posted on: October 5, 2009

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Various scalp disorders may as a side-effect of the disease affect hair growth. Some disorders such as Seborrhoeic Eczema, Psoriasis and Pityriasis Amienticea are all scaling disorders in which the scale can build up sufficiently to pull out hairs if the scalp is scratched or the scaling area is caught by the teeth of a comb. In some cases, particularly with Pityriasis Amienticea large areas of baldness or thin patches may develop and the problem is mainly a scalp rather than hair disorder. Happily with suitable treatment of the skin the hair re-grows to its normal state once the disorder is brought under control.

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