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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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These new permanence test results also apply to the previously announced eight-color Epson UltraChrome HD inks featured in the Epson SureColor P600 13-inch and SureColor P800 17-inch printers, as well as the new Epson SureColor P6000 24-inch and SureColor P8000 44-inch printers.
One Connect Limited on behalf of the Lancashire County Council is inviting suitably experienced organisations to express an interest to become a preferred provider within a Framework Agreement to deliver Adoption and Permanence Service across the 12 districts of Lancashire (excluding Blackpool and Blackburn with Darwen).
This article presents an action research study on teaching object permanence to a child with multiple disabilities and visual impairment.
This is the second of two 'grounds' for any permanence order, in section 84(5)(c) of the 2007 Act, and a court must be satisfied that one of them is met before it may grant an order under section 80.
Lyrical and singing with color, her print The Only Permanence Is Change posits life as a welcome adventure.
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Achieving Permanence for Older Children & Youth in Foster Care.
The bonds of marriage are so strong that it is important to select a future spouse not only with love, but keeping in mind that the commitment you will make is for life, and you will be calling on God as a witness to its permanence.
With the increasing acceptance and use of kinship placement, more attention has begun to be paid to the comparative outcomes for children in kinship and nonkinship foster care, especially in the area of stability and permanence (Testa, Bruhn, & Helton, in press).
The massive stones symbolized the permanence of the afterlife and served as memorials to the dead.
It's 1967, and the permanence of the revolution--and of exile--is beginning to sink in for those who fled Castro.