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Note what signs you see.
I (S. Kalynka, M.D.) see:
- Scalp, hair, dysmorphic, anarchic pattern.
PERSPECTIVE: the orientation of scalp hair reflects underlying growth tensions that precede the chondro-osseous development of the cranium. Anarchic scalp hair patterns, akin to anarchic dermatoglyphic patterns on the volar skin areas (palms, soles, fingertips, toes) are signs of underlying disruption of morphogenesis.