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The phase in the hair growth cycle during which a new hair is formed in the follicle and a hair that has stopped growing is shed. It follows and generally lasts longer than catagen.
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Telogen Effluvium is another causal factor of hair loss in women mostly.
This condition should not be confused with hair shedding or telogen effluvium, which can temporarily take place during periods of excessive stress but is followed by hair regain after a while, something that does not happen in the case of Androgenetic Alopecia.
Most common cutaneous side effect which developed in 10 patients after varying duration of starting chemotherapy was alopecia, both anagen and telogen effluvium, with multiple drugs as suspected causative gents.
Telogen effluvium is general shedding from all over the head and sometimes it gets worse with stress, illness, medication or hormones.
After the wool follicles become mature and active, it undergoes three regular periods termed anagen, catagen and telogen in a yearly cycle [2].
Kenogen references a telogen follicle with no club hair (a hair whose
Patients with chronic telogen effluvium were excluded from the study.
Common types of hair loss include androgenic alopecia, congenital alopecia, cicatricial or scarring alopecia, and telogen effluvium alopecia among women.
Telogen is the longest phase for eyelashes, lasting around four to nine months.
2) Approximately 2-3 months after delivery, loss of telogen hair occurs.
Hair loss of this type is called telogen effluvium,' explains Anabel Kingsley.