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trichology

 [trĭ-kol´ah-je]
the sum of knowledge about the hair.

tri·chol·o·gy

(tri-kol'ŏ-jē),
1. The study of the anatomy, growth, and diseases of the hair.
2. Synonym(s): trichologia

trichology

[trikol′əjē]
the study of the anatomy, development, and diseases of the hair.

trichology

the sum of knowledge about the hair.
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Akshay Batra, Trichologist and MD, Dr Batra's Healthcare was also present at the press conference.
Isn't it great to know, that Trichologists have only one mission and that is to “restore the “whole you” - from the inside out.
Too little protein, red meat, fish, eggs, chicken, affects keratin levels and hair can become weaker and stop growing, says Philip Kingsley, consultant trichologist.
Get advice and treatment from your GP or a professionally qualified trichologist,' recommends Baker.
Hair Loss in Men & Women by Simon Grey (Institute of Trichologists, pounds 9.
Chairman of the Institute of Trichologists, Marilyn Sherlock, says there are about 50 known reasons for hair loss in women and it takes careful diagnosis.
Trichologists say that quite often with celebrity hair thinning or loss nowadays, hair extensions are to blame, the Daily Mail reported.
This annual meeting is attended by experienced hair restoration surgeons, physicians with an interest in hair restoration surgery and who are new to the field, trichologists, surgical assistants and medical personnel involved in hair restoration surgery procedures, office managers, clinic directors, and consultants who staff hair restoration surgery offices.
Trichologists often see cases where prescription drugs affect hair.
David Salinger, director of International Association of Trichologists, said he everyday treats one young woman for hair thinning, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
Now she is one of the country's leading trichologists, diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the human hair and scalp.