telogen

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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.