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telogen

 [tel´o-jen]
the quiescent or resting phase of the hair cycle, following catagen. At this stage the hair has become a club hair and does not grow further.

tel·o·gen

(tel'ō-jen),
Resting phase of hair cycle.
[G. telos, end, + -gen, producing]

telogen

/tel·o·gen/ (tel´o-jen) the quiescent or resting phase of the hair cycle, following catagen; the hair has become a club hair and does not grow further.

telogen

(tĕl′ə-jən)
n.
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.

telogen

See hair.

tel·o·gen

(tel'ō-jen)
Resting phase of hair cycle.
[G. telos, end, + -gen, producing]

telogen

the quiescent or resting phase of the hair cycle, following catagen, the hair having become a club hair and not growing further.

telogen effluvium, telogen defluxion, telogen defluvium
widespread loss of hair due to large numbers of hair follicles being in synchronized telogen. In animals, may be associated with stress, severe malnutrition and drug therapy. In bitches, and less frequently queens, it is a common postpartum change.
telogen hair follicle
one in a resting stage.
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In telogen, we could not separate the primary and secondary hair follicles because of hair follicle degradation.
Telogen effluvium is sudden diffuse hair loss following a major stressor (such as childbirth, a "crash" diet, or severe illness).
During the stress of a veterinary visit, telogen hairs that aren't anchored into the hair follicle may begin to fall out.
She described how to use the hair pull and other tools to differentiate between telogen effluvium, alopecia areata, androgenetic alopecia, loose anagen syndrome, and short anagen syndrome.
The methanol extract of the plant has also been tested for its efficacy for promoting hair growth in pigmented C57/BL6 mice, preselected for their telogen phase of hair growth.
According to experts, the result of long-term distress and anxiety caused by a major stress such as divorce, can lead to a type of hair shedding called Telogen Effluvium, or stress shedding.
Telogen effluvium, which is a type of diffused hair loss involving the whole scalp, is a common condition affecting the young generation.
Oral zinc therapy for zinc deficiency-related telogen effluvium.
HTS has been associated with postnatal telogen effluvium, which 90% of women experience at peak between 2 and 6 months after giving birth11, 12.
Yakinlarda yayinlanan bir calismada Reied ve arkadaslari, AA, AGA ve telogen dokulmesi olan 104 kadin hastada yasam kalitesini Skindex-16 ile olcmusler, hastaligin klinik siddetinin yasam kalitesi skorlari uzerinde belirleyici olmadigini saptamistir (20).
Possible symptoms and complications of eating disorders are acne, xerosis, amenorrhoea, tooth loss, cavities, constipation, diarrhea, lanugo, water retention or edema, scurvy, cardiac arrest, hypokalemia, telogen effluvium, osteoporosis, kidney failure, brain atrophy, electrolyte imbalance, pellagra, hyponatremia, suicide and death.