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Symptoms of Proximal trichorrhexis nodosa

Symptoms of Proximal trichorrhexis nodosa

The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Proximal trichorrhexis nodosa includes the 4 symptoms listed below:

  • Hair breaks off easily near scalp
  • Hair appears to grow poorly
  • Damaged hair appearance
  • Nodules or thickenings along hair shaft
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