1961
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1961.01580150139024
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Traumatic Alopecia from Brush Rollers

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“…It occurs in both adults and children. This type of hair loss has been associated with the chronic use of ponytails (30), hair rollers (31), tight braids (17,19,24), and hair weaves (19). Traction alopecia has also been reported in special non‐black populations who for cultural reasons also pull their hair tightly—such as Sikh boys and men (32,33).…”
Section: Common Causes Of Alopecias and Routine Managementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It occurs in both adults and children. This type of hair loss has been associated with the chronic use of ponytails (30), hair rollers (31), tight braids (17,19,24), and hair weaves (19). Traction alopecia has also been reported in special non‐black populations who for cultural reasons also pull their hair tightly—such as Sikh boys and men (32,33).…”
Section: Common Causes Of Alopecias and Routine Managementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is known that different types of mechanical trauma result in alopecia: massage alopecia. traction alopecia (7) and pressure alopecia (I). The above-ment ioned history of a tightening rope ovcr a one hour period oftime is in good accordance with a combination of these types of trauma.…”
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“…J. soc. Med., 1950, 4, 217. Therapeutic Value of Dihydrostreptomycin Q.-As it has been established now that chronic toxic symptoms occur with dihydrostreptomycin because of its selective neurotoxic 'action on the vestibular nerve, and the damage may be permanent, I would like to know what exactly is its therapeutic value in (1) Gram-negative infections, when used alone as short-term therapy;…”
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