Excessive Hair Growth

    Last Updated: August 16, 2022

    Hirsutism is a condition characterized by excessive hair growth, particularly on body parts where hair is usually absent or minimal. Often, it's the result hormonal imbalances, which can be caused by things like ovarian cysts, congenital steroid metabolism errors, or tumors.

    Examine Database: Excessive Hair Growth

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