Definition of Alopecia:
male hair loss
Opposite/Antonyms of Alopecia:
Sentence/Example of Alopecia:
Unlike many of her peers, though, Alex has alopecia, and she pairs her trendy streetwear with her naturally bald head.
Alopecia areata and morphœa have been observed associated with it.
I was handed along all the way from alopecia, which used to be called baldness, to zoster, which used to be known as shingles.
Alopecia areata is characterized by the development of round patches more or less completely denuded of hair.
By alopecia is meant loss of hair, either partial or complete.
Alopecia areata, on the other hand, affects both sexes with equal frequency, but affects them at different ages.
Circumscribed alopecia is sometimes found (not to speak of the extensive baldness of the occiput).
In front of the mart at the distance of 100 stadia is an island Alopecia, a settlement of a mixed people.
He deliberated for a while, and then said, 'This is a case of alopecia.