Sometimes babies are born with hair on their bodies—more hair than you would usually expect. Why is that? Why are some babies born with "hairy bodies"? If your child is born with more hair than you would expect on a newborn, don't worry! This is actually very normal and not something to worry about.
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An otherwise healthy year-old boy presented with an asymptomatic, black to brown plaque on his right proximal forearm. The lesion was present at birth, but was flatter and lighter in color. The lesion had a cobblestone pattern with prominent hair growth see accompanying figure. Based on the patient's history and physical examination, which one of the following is the most likely diagnosis? The answer is C: congenital melanocytic nevus. Congenital melanocytic nevi are generally present at birth or appear within the first few months of life.
What Is Lanugo? Why Is My Newborn Baby Covered in Hair?
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It can tell if a person recently used drugs or an athlete was doping. It can provide information about hormones and expose environmental toxins. An infant rhesus monkey at the Harlow Center. For the study, researchers took small samples of hair from mother rhesus monkeys and their infants using common hair clippers. And, as a team of University of Wisconsin—Madison researchers show in a study of rhesus monkeys, published in the April edition of the journal Pediatric Research, it can also reveal the womb environment in which an infant formed.