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Update on Alopecia Areata
Tuesday, March 05
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Elise Olsen, MD, FAAD
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- 1. Discuss the most recent information on the etiology of alopecia areata.
- 2. Use microscopic evaluation of hair bulbs obtained by hair pull, dermoscopic evaluation of the scalp and scalp biopsy to help make the diagnosis.
- 3. Summarize the many effective treatments available for the various subtypes of alopecia areata.
This forum is one of an annual series covering an update on various hair loss conditions. This year we will once again focus on alopecia areata. We will cover new information on the etiology as well as educate the attendee on how to use clinical findings, the microscopic hair examination, dermoscopic examination of the scalp, and scalp biopsy to help make the diagnosis of alopecia areata. We will also present a practical and thorough review of therapeutic options and camouflage techniques for alopecia areata.
|Tuesday, March 05|
|10:00 AM||Diagnosis Of Alopecia Areata / Dr. Olsen|
|10:20 AM||Etiological Factors In Alopecia / Dr. Shapiro|
|10:40 AM||Skin Directed Therapy, Part I (Steroids, Minoxidil) / Dr. Olsen|
|11:00 AM||Skin Directed Therapy, Part II (Anthralin, Sensitizers, Newer Agents, Camouflage Methods) / Dr. Shapiro|
|11:20 AM||Systemic Agents / Dr. Olsen|
|11:40 AM||Case Presentations And Discussion / All faculty|