effluvium


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Related to effluvium: anagen effluvium, Telogen effluvium
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a foul-smelling outflow or vapor (especially a gaseous waste)

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According to experts, the result of long-term distress and anxiety caused by a major stress such as divorce, can lead to a type of hair shedding called Telogen Effluvium, or stress shedding.
Telogen effluvium (TE) and androgenetic alopecia (AGA) are the main causes of hair loss.
Telogen effluvium, which is a type of diffused hair loss involving the whole scalp, is a common condition affecting the young generation.
Oral zinc therapy for zinc deficiency-related telogen effluvium.
Telogen effluvium is a type of temporary hair loss that can be caused by your body reacting to stimuli such as hormonal changes, emotional and physical stress or an illness.
Because platitude then non-sequitur warning us not to trust writing wherein the nonsensical proposition in a rustic photocopy of the eternal--this, a rendering by the author himself at the syntax of an effluvium wherein sentences recognize subtitles as their own species.
Genel olarak immunsupresyonun uzun surede etkili oldugu hastalarda daha belirgin olarak gozlendi, immunsupresyona veya kronik hastaliga bagli effluvium olabilecegi dusunuldu.
Here Bolger questions bumptious media effluvium about 'regeneration' and the maudlin retrospectives on 'old' Ballymun so common at the time of its demolition.
She fails as an ambassador in large part because she despises both her nephew and niece, "their alien bodies and whatever effluvium might pass for their souls"; she is replaced by Julian's gullible sister Iris.
Here, work was something dignified, however hard the conditions, and the songs of the workers - of farmers, sailors, and spinners - were unpolluted by the 'aural effluvium of FM radio'.
A THERE is a condition called telogen effluvium which causes hair loss and can be brought on by intense stress.
There is none of the effluvium of mass travel--plastic and waste floating atop the water surface.
The 8920 series offers heat and power without toxic effluvium," explains Daimer[R].
9) This, of course, negates the traditional belief in human dignity, "the moral effluvium of a discredited metaphysics," which erroneously maintains that man is made in the image of God and is a uniquely rational being in the world.
Underlying such works is the status of the cow: symbol of maternal nurture yet also, in our green moment, a menace--the source of excessive manure, that problematic effluvium, part fertilizer and part poison for our ponds, rivers, and aquifers.