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Trichotillomania (from the Greek thrix: hair and tillein: to pull and mania:mania) is not really a hair disease. It is cauded by an uncontrollable impulse to pull out one's own hair, eventually leading to patchy hair loss. In most cases psychological factors are the cause.
Trichotillomania may occur in both adults and children, i.e. it is not age-dependent. 70 - 90 % of patients are women. The age at which trichotillomania can break out varies greatly, with cases known of it affecting children of 2 or even under, or adults over 60.
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