alexa Novel treatment of female-pattern androgenetic alopecia with injected bimatoprost 0.03\% solution.


Journal of Cosmetology & Trichology

Author(s): Emer JJ, Stevenson ML, Markowitz O

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Abstract Female-pattern androgenetic alopecia is a very common disorder that has been associated with extreme psychological morbidity. Few treatments have documented utility and many physicians are often overwhelmed with how little is pharmacologically available to treat this condition. Novel treatments that are effective, safe, less costly and simple are in high demand. We report a case of female-pattern androgenetic alopecia that failed to respond to a novel treatment with injected bimatoprost solution. Hypothetically, the treatment should have been effective and although we did not have success, this report suggests critical points to consider in the future of prostaglandin analogs, as well as other therapies being considered for the treatment of female-pattern hair loss.
This article was published in J Drugs Dermatol and referenced in Journal of Cosmetology & Trichology

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