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Alopecia in Hypothyroidism

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Hypothyroidism is a clinical disease entity resulting from failure of the thyroid gland to maintain a daily output of thyroid hormone consistent with health. The most clearly definable function of the thyroid hormone is the establishment of a fundamental rate of energy turnover for a variety of tissues.

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Saito, R., Nishiyama, S. (1981). Alopecia in Hypothyroidism. In: Orfanos, C.E., Montagna, W., Stüttgen, G. (eds) Hair Research. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-81650-5_56

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