Diagnostic and consultation

The search for the causes: diagnosing hair loss and providing patients with advice

Hair loss has a number of different causes, meaning that diagnosing and treating hair loss is a very complex task. To find out why hair falls out, gets thinner (alopecia) or disappears completely (effluvium) - and then to come up with the right treatment - necessitates research into the exact causes. This requires both a precise and comprehensive diagnosis and in-depth research into a patient's medical history. An analysis of a patient's past illnesses and a clinical examination usually (ca. 80% of cases) allow a diagnosis to be made.

Dependent on the examinations carried out beforehand, the patient’s medical history and the conclusions drawn, further examinations might be necessary. These can include specific hair analyses, looking for underlying diseases, or blood tests. Modern technology helps protect patients from undue stress.

The basis of any successful therapy and treatment is always a deep-going comprehensive diagnosis, enabling the doctor not just to draw conclusions about the pattern, activity and state of the patient's hair and scalp, but also allowing him to present and explain the individual therapy.

Such a detailed diagnosis consists - dependent on the type and intensity of hair loss and on the ensuing therapy/treatment - of various procedures and diagnosis methods, many of which complement and support each other:

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