Alopecia (noun)

A medical condition in which hair is lost from some or all areas of the body, especially the scalp.

Origin:

Late latin, from greek alōpekia, from alōpekēs fox.

Examples:

  1. Alopecia is a common condition that affects many people.
  2. The cause of alopecia is not well understood.
  3. Alopecia can lead to hair loss in patches.
  4. There is no cure for alopecia, but there are treatments that can help.
  5. Many people with alopecia choose to wear wigs or other hairpieces to conceal their hair loss.
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