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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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Clinical Investigation of the effects of topical lotion and shampoo containing synthetic thymus peptides on androgenetic and chronic telogen effluvium in women.
Researchers in Sweden found that women had the highest proportion of resting hairs in July - with the telogen state in most of them ending around 100 days later, from October onwards.
Reid EE, Haley AC, Borovicka JH, et al: Clinical severity does not reliably predict quality of life in women with alopecia areata, telogen effluvium, or androgenic alopecia.
The DHI total care system can completely bypass the genetic factors by implanting hairs that have not been 'genetically programmed' to stop at the Telogen phase," Dr Ziakas added.
Black pigmentation of the hair was taken as evidence for transition of hair follicles from telogen to anagen phase of hair growth.
The telogen phase is the period when a new hair has already begun to grow in the hair follicle.
Women who notice their hair thinning or falling out in clumps shortly after delivery, for example, need to be reassured that telogen effluvium is a common but self-resolving response to the build-up of hair during pregnancy.
But other scientists aren't convinced that hair loss requires a unique step; most hold that hair falls out during telogen.
One is the anagen, or the growth phase; then, a catagen, or resting phase; and finally, a telogen, or shedding phase.
trs] Kinetic constant for the transfer to telogen reaction ([m.
In vivo studies confirmed its efficacy: 85% of volunteers showed positive results with an increase of 9% of hair in the anagen phase and a decrease of 17% of hair in the telogen phase.
The hair follicle life cycle comprises the telogen, anagen, and catagen stages.