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Anatomia e fisiologia

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Fin dalla nascita, un numero pressoché costante di peli di lunghezza e spessore variabile, più o meno evidenti per colore e dimensioni, ricopre tutta la superficie cutanea, fatta eccezione delle regioni palmo-plantari e delle semimucose.

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Tosti, A., Piraccini, B.M. (2014). Anatomia e fisiologia. In: Tricologia ambulatoriale. Springer, Milano. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-5229-1_1

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