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242 Possible Causes for Lanugo

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    […] loss and weakness Dehydration (which can result in kidney failure) Fainting, fatigue, and overall weakness Dry hair and skin, hair loss Growth of a downy layer of hair (lanugo[] […] not eating the food • Feeling sad, anxious or irritable • Feeling cold all the time • Tremendous weight loss • Exhaustion • Dizziness • Fine, soft hair on the body called lanugo[] […] sex and health unjustified fear of weight gain body dysmorphia Along with these, numerous signs may be observed and they include - but are not limited to - the following: lanugo[]

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    The lanugo hair will disappear from the skin, and it is becoming less red and wrinkled. The fetus is now 16-19 inches and weighs anywhere from 5 ¾ lbs to 6 ¾ lbs.[] But don’t be surprised if you notice a little leftover lanugo when your baby is born; some babies are born with patches on their shoulders, ears, and back.[] […] little one can open and close his eyes, and can even sense changes in light. 30 Weeks: Shedding Hairs During the second trimester your baby grew a coat of fine hair, called lanugo[]

  • Anorexia

    […] and headaches Dehydration Shortness of breath Cold hands and feet Bloating Constipation Hair loss Stomach pains Decreased metabolic rate Edema (water retention) Growth or Lanugo[] […] headaches low blood pressure stomach or intestinal problems low body temperature loss of bone density hair loss or thinning soft, fine hair that grows on the face and body (lanugo[] […] not eating the food • Feeling sad, anxious or irritable • Feeling cold all the time • Tremendous weight loss • Exhaustion • Dizziness • Fine, soft hair on the body called lanugo[]

  • Hypertrichosis

    The hypertrichosis may increase or decrease during childhood, but the lanugo character of hairs may be retained even after puberty.[] RESULTS: The ectopic adult development of lanugo hair led to the diagnosis of endometrial adenocarcinoma.[] It manifests at birth with the affected infant presenting with excessive lanugo hair covering the entire body surface, sparing palms, soles, and mucous membranes.[]

  • Meconium Aspiration Syndrome

    Under physiological circumstances, the meconium (composed of gastrointestinal content, bile acids, pancreatic juice, blood, lanugo, and cellular debris) is a sterile mix of[] Meconium contains everything the fetus has ingested while in the womb, such as mucus, amniotic fluid, water, lanugo (that downy hair babies have) and intestinal epithelial[] Meconium is a thick, black-green substance consisting of desquamated intestinal and skin cells, gastrointestinal mucin, lanugo hair, fatty material from the vernix caseosa[]

  • Congenital Generalized Hypertrichosis Type Ambras

    Her fine silky hair is of the vellus, not the lanugo type. The syndrome features are characterized, referring to nine further published case reports.[] In CHL, lanugo hairs remain after birth or may develop later in infancy. It is not definite that these are lanugo hairs.[] Occasionally, the lanugo hair may be totally lost by the time the patient becomes an adult.[]

  • Congenital Generalized Hypertrichosis

    It can be easily differentiated from the softer non-medullated lanugo and non-pigmented variably medullated vellus hair. [4] Other forms of congenital syndromes with primary[] It is characterized by excessive lanugo hair present at birth covering the entire body surface except the mucosae, palms, and soles.[] Lanugo hair is fine, soft, unmedullated and usually unpigmented hair, usually shed in utero during the eighth or ninth month of gestation.[]

  • Acquired Hypertrichosis Lanuginosa

    Eighteen months later there was no evidence of the cancer, and the lanugo hairs had vanished.[] Acquired hypertrichosis lanuginosa is a rare cutaneous disorder usually associated with internal malignancy that consists of the development of abnormal hair growth of the lanugo[] This is the first known instance of hypertrichosis lanuginosa associated with a gynecologic cancer and the first ever observed in which the lanugo hairs disappeared after[]

  • Malnutrition

    When malnutrition is caused by anorexia nervosa, a number of specific dermatological features are seen: Dermatological feature Explanation Lanugo hair Fine, downy, pale hair[] Sometimes, appearance of lanugo hair. Kwashiorkor: Usually occurs in children aged 1-2 years with changing hair colour to red, grey or blonde.[]

  • Acne Vulgaris

    […] acne forms of sebaceous Formulae frequently greasy Gutta rosacea hair follicle hydrargyri hypertrophy inflammation inflammatory instances irritation Journ l'acne Lancet lanugo[]

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