Italian guidelines in diagnosis and treatment of alopecia areata

Simone Garcovich, Cristina Guerriero, Alfredo Rossi, Marta Muscianese, Bianca M. Piraccini, Michela Starace, Marta Carlesimo, Victor D. Mandel, Aurora Alessandrini, Stefano Calvieri, Gemma Caro, Andrea D'Arino, Alessandro Federico, Francesca Magri, Flavia Pigliacelli, Graziana Amendolagine, Maria C. Annunziata, Maria C. Arisi, Stefano Astorino, Graziella BabinoFederico Bardazzi, Stefania Barruscotti, Anna Belloni Fortina, Alessandro Borghi, Francesca Bruni, Stefano Caccavale, Piergiacomo Calzavara-Pinton, Norma Cameli, Michele Cardone, Andrea Carugno, Rosa Coppola, Annunziata Dattola, Maria B. De Felici Del Giudice, Antonella Di Cesare, Emi Dika, Donato Dinunno, Roberto D'Ovidio, Gabriella Fabbrocini, Claudio Feliciani, Elisabetta Fulgione, Marco Galluzzo, Valentina Garelli, Katharina Hansel, Michelangelo La Placa, Francesco Lacarrubba, Elena Marinello, Matteo Megna, Giuseppe Micali, Cosimo Misciali, Paola Monari, Giuseppe Monfrecola, Iria Neri, Annamaria Offidani, Gloria Orlando, Manuela Papini, Annalisa Patrizi, Stefano Piaserico, Niccolò Rivetti, Oriana Simonetti, Teodora R. Stan, Luca Stingeni, Marina Talamonti, Lucia Villa, Colombina Vincenzi, Maria C. Fortuna

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Abstract

Alopecia areata (AA) is an organ-specific autoimmune disorder that targets anagen phase hair follicles. The course is unpredictable and current available treatments have variable efficacy. Nowadays, there is relatively little evidence on treatment of AA from well-designed clinical trials. Moreover, none of the treatments or devices commonly used to treat AA are specifically approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The Italian Study Group for Cutaneous Annexial Disease of the Italian Society of dermatology proposes these Italian guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of Alopecia Areata deeming useful for the daily management of the disease. This article summarizes evidence-based treatment associated with expert-based recommendations.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)609-623
Numero di pagine15
RivistaGIORNALE ITALIANO DI DERMATOLOGIA E VENEREOLOGIA
Volume154
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2019

Keywords

  • Alopecia areata
  • Autoimmunity
  • Guideline
  • Alopecia Areata
  • Italy
  • Evidence-Based Medicine
  • Hair Follicle
  • Humans
  • Autoimmune Diseases

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