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Congenital hypertrichosis lanuginosa: neonatal shaving.
  1. J W Partridge


    A newborn baby presented with overgrowth of lanugo hair and a precocious tooth. She was shaved infrequently until aged 9 months, when spontaneous loss of body hair began. Pyloric stenosis at 6 weeks was surgically corrected. There was a family history of hypertrichosis and dental anomalies.

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