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Figure 2: Reproduced from original Figure 3b, the trichoscopic image from the authors' second case who received chemotherapy for 3 weeks. The red arrow (highlighting the most distal site of Pohl–Pinkus constriction) and the yellow arrow (“suggesting” a “restored” thick shaft in the proximal shaft after cessation of chemotherapy) in the “tulipoid” hair were highlighted by the original authors. (a) Appreciate that neighboring hair shafts (green arrows) have a monilethrix-like hair appearance. In addition, there are black dots, and multiple thinning and broken hair shafts; (b) cropped close-up view of the so-called “tulipoid” hair from this image showing monilethrix-like hair appearance with multiple interrupted Pohl–Pinkus constrictions in the hair shaft (blue arrows) involving both the distal end and the shaft proximal to the elongated constricted tapering (marked by red arrow by the original authors)

Figure 2: Reproduced from original Figure 3b, the trichoscopic image from the authors' second case who received chemotherapy for 3 weeks. The red arrow (highlighting the most distal site of Pohl–Pinkus constriction) and the yellow arrow (“suggesting” a “restored” thick shaft in the proximal shaft after cessation of chemotherapy) in the “tulipoid” hair were highlighted by the original authors. (a) Appreciate that neighboring hair shafts (green arrows) have a monilethrix-like hair appearance. In addition, there are black dots, and multiple thinning and broken hair shafts; (b) cropped close-up view of the so-called “tulipoid” hair from this image showing monilethrix-like hair appearance with multiple interrupted Pohl–Pinkus constrictions in the hair shaft (blue arrows) involving both the distal end and the shaft proximal to the elongated constricted tapering (marked by red arrow by the original authors)