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Oncological aesthetics - Introduction

Hair loss is one of the symptoms that appear more frequently (although not in all cases) as a result of oncological treatment, sometimes leading to significant psychological distress.

Chemotherapy weakens the hair of the whole body, while radiotherapy, just like the skin, affects only the treatment area.

In the case of chemotherapy, hair loss is a reversible process. The hair grows back after finishing the treatment.

In the case of radiotherapy, it will depend on the dose administered, although in most cases in the radiated area the hair does not come out again.




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