English version

scalp in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscalpscalp1 /skælp/ noun [countable]  1 HBHthe skin on the top of your head Massage the shampoo gently into your hair and scalp.2 somebody’s scalp
Examples from the Corpus
scalpNow he stood near the door with his hands clasping each other behind his back and his scalp itching furiously in the heat.I sat him up so I could take a look at his scalp under the light.A slight breeze rose to cool his scalp, which had been sun-baked, then doused with water until it tingled.His hair fled his scalp as if in flames.Barrow was on his hands and knees on the floor, blood oozing from a wound in his scalp.They had an impression of very red cheeks and moist yellow hair smeared over the scalp like egg yolk.Thomas Cunningham suffered a cut to the scalp which required hospital treatment.He took scalp treatments that he felt were doing some good although he doubted it.