Talk:Chignon (medical term)
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Potential long-term damage
"Is it possible that the long term effects of this cephal haematoma could be damage to hair follicles and, therefore, baldness over the area? Excessive vacuum activity may well??? damage hair follicles."
I removed the above two lines from the article because it is speculative and unencyclopaedic in its current form, but the contributor raises a valid question. Is there any evidence for such damage from ventouse suction? Karenjc (talk) 16:41, 9 February 2008 (UTC)
- Uneducated opinion: That claim sounds ridiculous, but I'd love to see vacuum cleaners advertised for hair removal. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 15:06, 16 January 2010 (UTC)
"in the mid-1980's on the east coast"
Cesarean Section Rate
- Of note his cesarean section rate is now 100% in the year 2009.
I assume this means he's not doing the procedure anymore? Could mean a few other things, I think... has he finally mastered cesareans so well that mothers and babies aren't dying from the procedure anymore?
And, I'm not sure, but I think there should also be a comma after "Of note".