alopecia marginalis

al·o·pe·ci·a mar·gi·na·'lis

hair loss at the hairline, a condition most commonly seen in blacks; commonly transient and caused by chronic traction, although long-continued traction may cause permanent alopecia.

al·o·pe·ci·a mar·gi·na·lis

(al-ō-pē'shē-ă mar-jī-nā'lis)
Hair loss at the hair line, a condition most commonly seen in blacks; commonly transient and caused by chronic traction, although long-continued traction may cause permanent alopecia.
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