Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Diseases of Hair.. children's skin covers light color and fine hair, known as "lanugo hair", which tends to become more intense on the face, limbs and trunk



Diseases of Hair
The hair grows from the skin and begins to grow around the third or fourth month of embryonic life.
After birth, the hair follicles are distributed on the scalp and other parts of the body and become firm and do not form more follicles.
There are two types of skin: the skin that covers the hair, and the other type of hair (not hair), not covered in hair until after puberty.
The children's skin covers with light-colored and soft hair known as "hairy hair" which tends to become more intense on the face, limbs and trunk.
Leprosy hair disappears during the first months of life and replaces the hair of the glands.