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Intermittent hair–follicle dystrophy

Intermittent hair–follicle dystrophy is a disorder of the hair follicle leading to increased fragility of the shaft, with no identifiable biochemical disturbance, also with an unknown prevalence.[1]:769

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  • Birnbaum PS, et al.: Hereditable diseases of the hair. Dermatol Clin 1987;5:137.


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