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Neonatal Occipital Alopecia Scholarly Journal

 Neonatal Occipital Alopecia (transient neonatal hair loss) is a common alopecia that develops in the occipital vicinity in the first few months of life. It was once until now wrongly attributed to friction of the head on the pillow. The fetus normally undergoes synchronous shedding of scalp hair in the fifth month of fetal life. The regrown hair enters into the telogen section in a wave from front to back, starting about 12 weeks before term. Most hair roots will have entered the anagen segment once more earlier than delivery. The occipital area is the ultimate place in the scalp to enter the telogen section and does not do so until birth. Therefore, shedding of hair in the first weeks of existence is regular and the pillow, which is frequently blamed, only aids this shedding. Scholarly journal is a peer-reviewed journal in which scholarship concerning to a specific educational self-discipline is published. Scholarly journals serve as boards for the introduction and presentation for scrutiny of new research, and the critique of existing research. Content normally takes the form of articles providing unique research, assessment articles, and e book reviews. The time period Scholarly journal applies to scholarly publications in all fields; this article discusses the components frequent to all academic subject journals.

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