Science Project Werewolf syndrom (Hypertrichosis)

Werewolf syndrom got its name because you get an excessive amount of hair growing on your body.
This disorder makes you get a unusual amount of hair on your body.
Werewolf syndrom is not deadly, nor contagious.
Having terminal hair that is pigmented or unpigmented velius. The excessive hair may be centered on one area or over your entire body. In some people they may have gums that are enlarged or teeth defects.
What causes werewolf syndrome, a genetic defect, such as there being several people in your family having this medically condition. It can also be because of a flaw in a women’s pregnancy.
The body gets covered with long dark hair.
Werewolf syndrome affects any part of the body but mainly in parts that you rarely don't see or get hair.
Werewolf syndrom is a genetic mutation based on a birth defect or the disease runs in the family/DNA.
Werewolf syndrom is not a sex related disease.
No there is no particular chromosome that werewolf syndrom is on.
Werewolf syndrom can be either recessive or dominant.
There are many short term ways to treat werewolf syndrome, such as shaving or hair removing cream. But treatments that remove the hair for good good be laser surgery.
This disorder could happen anyone and you normally aren't tested for it.
Werewolf syndrome could happen to anyone any race or any gender. Although werewolf syndrome is very rare, only 50-60 cases have been documented since the Middle Ages.
That is my presentation on Werewolf Syndrome (hypertrichosis) (Ambras Syndrome) By: Dylan Bohorad

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