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This constitutes the bulbous-peg stage. The most superior swelling will become the apocrine gland. The middle swelling develops into the sebaceous gland, whereas the lowest becomes the bulge area to which the arrector pili muscle will attach. During this stage, the epidermal cells at the advancing base of this column surround a portion of the underlying mesodermal cells, forming the dermal papilla. EMBRYOLOGY The First Primordial Hair (Fig. 2A-1e) Hair follicles begin to develop by the completion of the second month of pregnancy (1–4).
2A-1c) Paul T. Rose, Ron Shapiro, and Michael Morgan The hair-peg stage is the next stage of development. During this stage, the epithelial cells of the hair germ grow downward and form a column that seems to propel the mesoderm downward. INTRODUCTION Humans are born with approximately 100,000 hair follicles on the scalp. These hairs play a role in thermal regulation, spread of products derived from sweat glands, provide protection from the environment, and encourage social and sexual interaction.
Furthermore, it is a powerful buffer against litigation if any problem should ever arise from some surgical procedure. The importance of this skill in doctors has been recognized since the earliest recorded history and is known as bedside manner. Doctors are seldom seen by the domestic bedside anymore and medicine is probably the poorer because of it. Home visitation gave the doctor a unique opportunity to assess patients in their own domestic environments. Hospital clinicians often have bedside manner in abundance, and those who can sincerely stroke the brow of frightened, sick patients and pronounce that they will soon be well again are worshipped by their patients.