Definitions for "Androgenetic Alopecia"
The genetic predisposition to lose hair. In men, this is referred to as male pattern baldness; in women, it is called female pattern baldness.
Hair loss that results from a genetic predisposition that makes follicles sensitive to the effects of DHT. This is the most common form of hair loss and can also affect women. Other terms for this condition include: MPB, male pattern baldness, female pattern baldness, hereditary Alopecia and Androgenic Alopecia.
This is an inherited condition that causes 95% of all permanent hair loss. It is also called baldness, common baldness, pattern baldness, male pattern baldness, male pattern hair loss, female pattern baldness, and female pattern hair loss.