Also consider the following:
Alopecia of senescence
Alopecia associated with virilizing disorders of women, in whom it may be seen in association with hirsutism and menstrual problems
Anagen effluvium after exposure to toxic chemicals, including chemotherapeutic agents
Telogen effluvium: This condition may accelerate androgenetic alopecia, and causes, such as iron deficiency and papulosquamous diseases of the scalp, must be considered.
Hypertension and/or smoking: A strong association of androgenetic alopecia with hypertension was noted in a study of 250 white men aged 35-65 years. In this French study, a definite familial tendency to androgenetic alopecia was also described, but no association was noted with diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, or smoking.  However, a study of 740 Taiwanese men aged 40-91 years indicated an association between androgenetic alopecia and smoking. Smoking status, current amount of cigarette smoking, and smoking intensity were statistically significant in this report. 
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