JAK Inhibitors in Alopecia Areata: How to Use in Varied Clinical Scenarios
Podcast 1: JAK Inhibitors in Alopecia Areata: What Non-Dermatologists Need to Know

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A 25-year-old man with a 2-year history of severe alopecia areata (AA) effecting the scalp, eyebrows, eyelashes, and beard presents to your office seeking treatment. The patient is currently treating his AA with combination oral minoxidil, topical minoxidil 5% foam, and topical steroids; but has failed to achieve an adequate response after 8 months. He currently has approximately 80% scalp hair loss, complete eyelash loss, and patchy hair loss in his beard and eyebrows. What treatment would you recommend next for this patient?
In which of the following scenarios are patients most likely to respond to JAK inhibitor therapy for alopecia areata?
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Please estimate the number of patients with alopecia areata you provide for weekly:
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Determine which patients with alopecia areata would benefit from treatment with Janus Kinase (JAK) inhibitors based on patient and disease characteristics
Please rate your confidence in your ability to diagnose, treat, and manage alopecia areata on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 means "not confident at all" and 5 means "very confident."
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Please evaluate the faculty: Amy McMichael, MD
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