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alopecia

Baldness Dermatology
1. Loss or absence of hair on the scalp.
2. Baldness, see there See Hair replacement, Hot comb alopecia, Moth-eaten alopecia.
Alopecia types
Male pattern
On the front and top–blame mother
Patchy
Alopecia areata–blame mother, angry lover
Permanent
Related to RT–blame radiation oncologist
Total
Alopecia capitis totalis–blame mother
Transient
Due to chemotherapy—cyclophosphamide, cytosine arabinoside, doxorubicin–blame oncologist
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permanent

(pĕr′mă-nĕnt) [″ + manere, to remain]
Enduring; without change.
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In an effort to keep the lesson interesting and motivating, each instructional session provided only three opportunities for Jamie to perform the object permanence task.
In this study, the permanency outcomes refer to legal permanence and placement stability.
But can we find a series of variables and relations among them that would allow us to explain permanence in any kind of volunteerism?
This tactic hastened the process of learning about the permanence of objects for younger infants, Johnson and his coworkers propose in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
However, Baillargeon's clever test of object permanence proved that infants as young as three and a half months have a sense of object permanence.
Building on the availability of dataloggers, the Image Permanence Institute (IPI) has developed the Preservation Calculator (1) and is currently developing the Climate Notebook.
Permanence of Friction Ridge Skin Detail--Permanence is one of the fundamental principles of the friction ridge discipline that permits identification.
With write-once DVD such as DVD-R the disc is written for data permanence.
This introduces problems associated with the permanence of the sink that have yet to be worked out.
It's just building steam," said owner Racey Gilbert, who added that the technology has been particularly popular with artists who want permanence in the prints sold in galleries.
In uv stabilizers, there are new HALS and blends, primarily for polyolefins, that offer high activity and permanence and have lower interaction with pigments and halogens.
Permanence, requiring that, despite crashes, the effect of the performed operations is permanent;