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91. Hair transplantation
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Overview on hair transplant methods Procedure and surgery of hair tranplantation the methods of hair transplantation Hair transplant repair History of hair transplantation

92. Medical treatments
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cure of hair loss with medications cure of hair loss with laser theraphy cure of hair loss with cloning

The diagnosis of "female pattern" hair loss is relatively straightforward when there is a history of gradually thinning in the front and/or top of the scalp, relative preservation of the f

Women's hair loss can be classified into diffuse hair loss, localized hair loss, or patterned hair loss. It can also be divided into scarring and non-scarring types. Since the diffuse, non-scarrin

Diffuse Hair Loss The most common type of hair loss in women occurs in a diffuse pattern. Diffuse hair loss is most often hereditary, but it can also be caused by underlying medical conditions, medi

Hair loss is relatively common in women with about 30% experiencing at least some degree of thinning in their lifetime. Because female hair loss tends to be diffuse (less hair all over), rather than

97. Hair loss in women
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The diagnosis of androgenetic alopecia in men is generally straightforward. It is made by observing a "patterned" distribution of hair loss (see the previous session on  classification)

Norwood Classification The Norwood classification, published in 1975 by Dr. O'tar Norwood, is the most widely used classification for hair loss in men. It defines two major patterns and severa

100. The causes of hair loss in men
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By far the most common cause of hair loss in men is androgenetic alopecia, also referred to as "male pattern" or "common" baldness. It is caused by the effects of the male hormone

101. The hair loss in men
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102. Hair growth and the hair cycle
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The normal human scalp contains between 100,000 to 150,000 follicles that produce thick terminal hair. These hairs do not emerge individually from the scalp, but are arranged in follicular units, smal

103. Overview on hair loss
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Hair anatomy Hair growth and the hair cycle Function of hair Myths Common baldness, male-pattern hair loss, genetic hair loss and androgenetic alopecia are terms that are used to describe the same

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