Hair condition of eating disordered patients may change due to vitamin and mineral deficiencies, malnutrition and dehydration. Hair may become dry or brittle. It may thin, shed or come out in clumps. Patients may also grow lanugo (fine, downy hair) on their back, stomach, neck or face.
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