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Desarrollo embrionario del pelo (página 5)




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ANEXOS

DESARROLLO DEL PELO

Figura 1. Desarrollo del pelo

 

Figura 2. Formación total del folículo piloso y formación del pelo

            ALTERACIONES DEL PELO

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Figura 3. Niño con Alopecia

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Figura 4. Niña con Hipertricosis

 

Figura 6. Alteración del folículo piloso: Tricoepitelioma múltiple (epitelioma adenoide quístico)

 

Figura 7. Alopecia andrógena: Fases de calvice.

 

 

 

 

 

Autor:

Villegas Huam?n, Yenner Antonio

javh5[arroba]hotmail.com

DOCENTES:

Dr. ?lvarez Carrillo Javier Dr. Cruzalegui Henr?quez Rodil Dr. Flori?n Zavaleta Luis Dr. Fonseca Guillermo

?REA: Embriolog?a M?dica

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE TRUJILLO

FACULTAD DE MEDICINA

ESCUELA DE MEDICINA

DEPARTAMENTO DE MORFOLOG?A

FECHA: 21/07/08


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