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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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Table 4 presents the results of a log-linear analysis of the odds of legal permanence for children who were ever assigned to the Illinois Subsidized Guardianship Waiver Demonstration.
That is why we are taking action to ensure children get a stable, secure placement - either back at home with their parents or with another family who can give them the permanence they need.
Livingston added that the guidelines do not state what permanence means.
They first give the definition of the permanence of ecosystem (1), and the definition of the permanence of other ecosystems mentioned in this paper is similar.
In the literature there are quite many papers that discuss the permanence of continuous time predator-prey or competitive systems in patchy environment: for example, one can refer to [19-23] and the many references cited therein.
According to Fox News, companies like Google and Facebook have built an Internet based on permanence as they store their users' data for advertising purposes.
This article presents an action research study on teaching object permanence to a child with multiple disabilities and visual impairment.
This application for a permanence order with authority for adoption was granted, including ancillary provisions for direct and indirect contact.
The Supreme Court in a recent judgment has held that the ordinance issued before March 3, 2007 and between November 3, 2007 and December 15, 2008 for giving permanence through the same instrument stand shorn of their purported permanence.
We spoke with judges regarding the need for fewer continuances in foster care cases, directed our attorneys to object to court continuances if such continuances delayed permanency, and trained staff on the importance of meaningful visits with children, parents, relatives and foster parents to insure that the case continued moving toward permanence. We also implemented a state and county recruitment campaign for foster and adoptive parents because we recognized the need for more adults to open their hearts and homes to foster children.
Lyrical and singing with color, her print The Only Permanence Is Change posits life as a welcome adventure.
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