Familial isolated trichomegaly

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Familial isolated trichomegaly is a rare genetic hair anomaly characterized by a prolonged anagen phase of the eyelash hairs leading to extreme eyelash growth that may result in corneal irritation. Increased growth of hair on other parts of the face (eyebrows cheeks forehead) and/or the body (chest arms legs) may be associated.

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