alopecia liminaris frontalis

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alopecia liminaris frontalis alopecia lim·i·nar·is fron·ta·lis (lĭm'ə-nâr'ĭs frŭn-tā'lĭs)
Hair loss occurring at the hair line, usually resulting from friction or trauma but occasionally from seborrheic dermatitis.

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