Scalp

The scalp is the anatomical area bordered by the face anteriorly and the neck to the sides and posteriorly.

Read more about Scalp:  Layers, Blood Supply, Innervation, Lymphatic Drainage, Role in Aesthetics, Hair Transplantation, Pathology, Scalp Conditions

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Laxometer - Application
... the laxity or looseness of the scalp ... Clinical laxometers are non-invasive and easy to use in assessing patients’ scalp laxity in pre-op evaluation or following the improvement of scalp laxity after a period of ... Having a more precise measurement of scalp laxity can significantly reduce the chance of removing too much skin, which can make closure of the donor wound ...
Scoutball - Peculiarities
... Every player takes care about his own scalp on his bottom like in flag football or in tag rugby ... The meaning of a scalp is to limit the physical contact between different players ... A player is stopped by taking his scalp while he has the ball ...
Section Carrément Anti Le Pen - History
... of dormancy, elements of the original Paris SCALP who had been running the magazine REFLEXes (so named because most contributors were former students of Paris X University ... At the same time, the new SCALP distanced itself from the autonomist movement (elements of the original SCALP loyal to this movement dedicated themselves to ... In 1992, the new SCALP organized itself into a national network called No Pasaran Network - a federation of the different local SCALP groups ...
Scalp Pruritus
... Scalp pruritus is an itchiness of the scalp, particularly common in elderly persons. ...
Scalp Conditions
... A common problem due to the excessive shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp Seborrhoeic dermatitis – a skin disorder causing scaly, flaky, itchy, red ...