Schridde cancer hairs

Schrid·de can·cer hairs

(shrid'ĕ),
thick lusterless hairs scattered in the beard and the temporal region, said to occur in cancerous patients but found also in those affected with other cachectic conditions.

Schridde,

Hermann, German pathologist, 1875–.
Schridde cancer hairs - thick lusterless hairs scattered in the beard and the temporal region.