hypertrichosis


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hypertrichosis

a condition of excessive hairiness either all over the body or covering a particular part.
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Parents and doctors were baffled by the sudden spike in hypertrichosis cases.
(6) They may be associated with pain, hypertrichosis, itching, and hyperhidrosis.
(5) In extreme instances, toxic effects can manifest as paronychia, facial hypertrichosis, and trichomegaly.
Gingival hyperplasia may also be associated with physical development, retardation, and hypertrichosis. [8] Although gingival tissue may appear normal at birth, hyperplasia of the gingiva may become evident with the eruption of primary or permanent dentition, suggesting a trauma-induced tissue reaction during the eruption.
Some skin signs and symptoms seen in eating disorders are acrocyanosis, gingivitis, lanugo-like body hair, hard calluses, onychophagia, generalized pruritis, hyperpigmentation, poor wound healing, cheilitis, seborrhic dermatitis, acquired pili torti, alopecia, Russell's sign, carotenoderma, Sjogren syndrome like changes, brittle nails and hair, periungal erythema, melasma, steatotic skin, hypertrichosis, striae distesae, and dry scalp hair.
Lalit was born with Hypertrichosis, a condition characterised by abnormal hair growth on the face, arms and other parts of the body, reports Mirror .
She does not do laser hair removal inside the eye orbit or between the eyebrows, "because even with eye shields, you can have a problem." A potential outcome is paradoxical hypertrichosis, or increased hair growth after laser hair removal estimated to occur in 0.6%-10% of patients.
An hyperpigmented patch gradually evolves into a plaque and usually displays variable degree of hypertrichosis. It typically arises in the vicinity of the large joints especially shoulders, elbows and hips.
Physical examination revealed that she was smaller than gestational age with typical features of CdLS [Figure 1], shown as excessive body hair, synophrys, hypertrichosis of the eyebrows, long eyelashes, broad depressed nasal bridge, down-turned angles of the mouth with thin lips, short neck, short limbs, hypertonicity, and high-arched palate.
Neu-Laxova syndrome is an autosomal recessive condition presenting with ichthyosis, marked intrauterine growth restriction, microcephaly, short neck and limb deformities.1 In stiff skin syndrome, patient presents with rock-hard skin, limited joint mobility, and mild hypertrichosis in infancy or early childhood.
[23] Other rare complications of henna application are hypertrichosis, depigmentation, abscess formation, severe oedema and renal failure.