Alopecia universalis is diagnosed to women at 40.31% more often than men
Men are diagnosed with Alopecia universalis. There were no deaths.
mortality in men with disease Alopecia universalis
Women are diagnosed with Alopecia universalis For 90 of these, this diagnosis is fatal.
mortality in women with disease Alopecia universalis
Risk group for the disease Alopecia universalis men aged 10-14 and women aged15-19
Features of the disease Alopecia universalis
* - Medical statistics for the whole group of diseases L63 Alopecia areata
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