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Die Haare

  • Richard Richter
Part of the Handbuch der Haut- und Geschlechtskrankheiten book series (HAUT, volume 1 / 3)

Zusammenfassung

Der vorliegende Beitrag befaßt sich mit der Chemie der Haare, ihren physikalischen Eigenschaften und ihrer Physiologie. Exogen und endogen bedingte Schädigungen bzw. Anomalien der Haare, Anderungen der Haarmenge im Sinne einer Hyper- oder Hypotrichie mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der nicht narbigen Alopecien, Keratinisationsstörungen, pathophysiologische Probleme der Haare, ihre exkretorische Funktion und ihre Bedeutung für die forensische Medizin werden in ihm ebenfalls behandelt. Hingegen muß bezüglich der Darstellung der Entwicklungsgeschichte der Haare, ihrer Anatomie und Histologie, ihrer Bedeutung für die Rassenbiologie und die anderweitigen Erkrankungen der Haare und der Haarfollikel, soweit sie nicht in den skizzierten Rahmen fallen, auf die entsprechenden Kapitel dieses Handbuches verwiesen werden bzw. sie werden nur soweit erwähnt werden, als es die Geschlossenheit der Darstellung erfordert. Das letztere gilt auch für die Probleme der Melaningenese, der ja in diesem Handbuch ein eigenes Kapitel gewidmet ist und die hier nur in ihrer Bedeutung für das Haar behandelt wird.

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