Schridde's cancer hair
Thick, lacklustre dark hairs found in the beard and on the temple of cancerous or cachectic patients.
Thick, lacklustre dark hairs found in the beard and on the temple (where the hair is most exposed to sunlight) of cancerous or cachectic patients.
- H. Schridde:
Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1922, 69: 1565-1566.
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