Lanugo

Lanugo (/la·nu·go/, from Latin lana `wool`) is very fine, soft, and usually unpigmented, downy hair as can be found on the body of a fetus or newborn baby. It is the first hair to be produced by the fetal hair follicles, and it usually appears on the fetus at about 5 months of gestation. It is normally shed before birth, around 7 or 8 months o.....
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lanugo

(from the article `hair`) Human beings have several different types of hairs. The first to develop is the lanugo, a layer of downy, slender hairs that begin growing in the ...
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lanugo

(lә-noo´go) the fine hair that covers the body of the fetus and begins to disappear during maturation so that by nine months' gestation it is usually seen only on the shoulders of the newborn.
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lanugo

(lau-noo;go) Short, silky fetal hair, which may be present for a short time on a premature infant.
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lanugo

[n] - the fine downy hair covering a human fetus
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Lanugo

• (n.) The soft woolly hair which covers most parts of the mammal fetus, and in man is shed before or soon after birth.
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lanugo

noun the fine downy hair covering a human fetus; normally shed during the ninth month of gestation
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Lanugo

La·nu'go noun [ See Lanuginose .] (Anat.) The soft woolly hair which covers most parts of the mammal fetus, and in man is shed before or soon after birth.
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lanugo

Downy-like, fine hair on a fetus. Lanugo can appear as early as 15 weeks of gestation, and typically begins to disappear sometime before birth.
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Lanugo

Fine hairs present on the body of a fetus.
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Lanugo

Fine hairs present on the body of a fetus.
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Lanugo

Fine long unpigmented hairs covering the fetus that usually disappears one month after birth.
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Lanugo

Fine, downy hair growing on the skin of a fetus at approximately 26 weeks of gestation. This hair protects the fetus's skin while in the uterus that begins to shed during the ninth month of gestation and disappears a few days after birth.
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lanugo

fine, downy hair that covers the fetus until shortly before or after birth.
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Lanugo

fine, downy hair that covers the fetus until shortly before or after birth.
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Lanugo

Lanugo: Downy hair on the body of the fetus and newborn baby. It is the first hair to be produced by the fetal hair follicles, usually appearing on the fetus at about five months of gestation. It is very fine, soft, and usually unpigmented. Although lanugo is normally shed before birth around seven or eight months of gestation, it is sometimes pres...
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lanugo

Latin lana = wool, hence, the fine downy hair on the skin of the foetus, or cheeks.
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Lanugo

The fine temporary hair that covers a fetus
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Lanugo

The fine temporary hair that covers a fetus from about 26 weeks and is sometimes still present at birth.
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Lanugo

the thick fur of a pinniped shed after birth
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lanugo

Type: Term Pronunciation: lă-nū′gō Definitions: 1. fine, soft, lightly pigmented fetal hair with minute shafts and large papillae; it appears at the end of the twelfth week and helps to hold the vernix caseosa on the skin. Synonyms: downy hair, primary hair, lanugo hair
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