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“…At higher magnification (>50×), an invagination of the distal portion of the hair shaft into its proximal part is seen. Several authors have indicated that if TI is present, the hairs with the highest yield for revealing these bamboo hairs are those of the eyebrows .…”
Section: Hair Disordersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…At higher magnification (>50×), an invagination of the distal portion of the hair shaft into its proximal part is seen. Several authors have indicated that if TI is present, the hairs with the highest yield for revealing these bamboo hairs are those of the eyebrows .…”
Section: Hair Disordersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…6 Diagnosis of NS is a difficult one, for several reasons: family history of the disease may not be present, there is no characteristic lesion, hypotrichosis and atopic stigmas are found in many of the erythrodermic new-born with other diseases, and not all hairs present trichorrexis invaginata, making it necessary to evaluate hairs several times, in different ocasions. 7 Among NS manifestations, the most specific is the hair alteration, which should be always investigated in erythrodermic children. Assessment of eyebrow hairs should also be performed, as bamboo alterations are 10 times more common in them, when compared to head hairs.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Moreover, the only clue may be a cupped proximal hair end, resulting from the disruption at the level of an invaginate node: golf tee hair 4 . Eyebrow hair examination has been already shown to be valuable for the diagnosis of trichorrhexis invaginata when scalp hair examination is normal 5,6 . It can also be performed with the aid of a video microscope 7 or a handheld dermatoscope as in our patient.…”
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