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telogen

[′tel·ə·jən]
(physiology)
A quiescent phase in the cycle of hair growth when the hair is retained in the hair follicle as a dead or “club” hair.
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Among all the cutaneous manifestations, most common ones were anagen and telogen effluvium, followed by diffuse hyperpigmentation, xerosis and hand-foot syndrome.
1 gene expression in the primary and secondary hair follicles during anagen, catagen, and telogen.
The reliability of horizontally sectioned scalp biopsies in the diagnosis of chronic diffuse telogen hair loss in women.
and crash hair loss Another form of alopecia is telogen effluvium.
and crash cause hair loss Another form of alopecia is telogen effluvium.
The differential diagnosis for syphilis alopecia includes alopecia areata, telogen effluvium, trichotillomania, and tinea capitis.
Its medical name is telogen effluvium and it can be triggered by pregnancy, surgery or serious illness -- usually three months after the event -- and is due to traumatic disruption of the hair-growth cycle.
For example, diffuse alopecia -- also known as telogen effluvium -- is often due to illness, stress, hormonal imbalances, certain medications and dietary deficiencies.
This physical stress could trigger a type of hair loss called telogen effluvium," Dr.
That prompted me to see a doctor, who gave the diagnosis: alopecia arreata and telogen effluvium.