Hair Transplantation

Hair Transplantation

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ISBN-13: 9781626239814
Publisher: Thieme
Publication date: 12/17/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 554
File size: 69 MB
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Table of Contents

1. Basic Science

1A. Hair Anatomy and Histology

1B1. Anatomy of the Scalp

1B2. Surgical Ramifications of Scalp Anatomy

1C. New Software for Making Density and Surface Area Measurements in Hair Transplantation

1D. Recipient Site Influence on Transplanted Hairs

1E. Genetic Screening Tests in Androgenetic Alopecia: The Androgen Receptor Gene

1F. The Promise of Cell Therapy

1G. The Impact of Culture Conditions on In Vitro Hair Follicle Growth

1H. Differences in Gene Expression in Bald and Nonbald Dermal Papillae

2. Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss

2A. Current Views on the Pathogenesis of Patterned Hair Loss

2B1. Classification of Androgenetic Alopecia

2B2. The Incidence and Degree of MPB and FPHL at Various Ages in Men and Women

2C. The Cohen Hair Loss Index, Profile, and Severity Scale

3. Unpatterned Hair Loss

4. The Initial Interview and Evaluation

4A1. The Physician–Patient Relationship

4A2. Commentary

4B. My Personal Approach to the Consultation

4C. "Red Flags" in Hair Restoration Surgery

4D. Enhanced Patient Selection: The Folliscope®

4E1. Assessment and Management of the Patient with Body Dysmorphic Disorder

4E2. Commentary

4F1. Nonphysician Consultations: Advantages/Disadvantages

4F2. Commentary

5. Pharmacotherapy

5A. Medical Treatments for Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss

5B. The Emerging Role of Pharmacogenetics in the Treatment of Patterned Hair Loss

6. Surgical Planning and Organization

6A. Planning and Organization

6B1. Hair Transplant Goals Based on Natural Patterns of Hair Loss

6B2. Commentary

6C. Maximum Density Vs. Cosmetic Density

6C1. Maximum Density

6C2. Cosmetic Density

6D. Hair Transplanting in Early Stage Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss

6D1. Earlier and Younger

6D2. Later and Older

6D3. Commentary

6E. Transplanting the Vertex

6E1. Sometimes

6E2. Virtually Never

6E3. Commentary

6F. Isolated Frontal Forelock

6G1. Planning in Female Patients

6G2. Evaluation of Female Patients: Red Flags for Hair Restoration Surgery in Women

6H1. Long-Term Follow-Up of Hair Transplantation Patients

6H2. Commentary

6I. Effect of Medical Therapy on Planning for Hair Restoration Surgery

7. The Preoperative Phase

7A. Preoperative Preparation and Instructions

7B. OSHA and Laboratory Screening

7C. Preventing Infectious Complications in Scalp Surgery

7D. Standards of Hair Photography

7E1. Conventional and Nonconventional Medications in Hair Transplantation

7E2. Commentary

8. Anesthesia

8A1. Overview of Anesthesia

8A2. Field Blocks: A Practical Approach

8B. Tumescent Anesthesia in Hair Transplantation

8C. Supraorbital Nerve Blocks in Hair Restoration Surgery

8D. Emergency Intervention in Hair Restoration Surgery

9. Donor Area Harvesting

9A1. An Overview of the Donor Area: Basic Principles

9A2. A Practical Approach to the Donor Area

9A3. Commentary

9B. Evaluation of Scalp Elasticity

9C1. Donor Area Vascular Damage and Sequelae

9C2. Donor Harvesting with Doppler Guidance and In Situ Dissection

9D1. Managing Wide Donor Strips

9D2. Commentary

9E. Minimizing Follicular Trauma During Harvesting

9E1. Skin Hook Technique

9E2. The "Spreader": Technique and Indications

9F. Trichophytic Closure

9F1. Overview

9F2. Trichophytic Closure in Asians

9F3. Frechet Closure for Invisible or Minimal Scar

9F4. Trichophytic Closure: Always or Sometimes?

9G. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

9G1A. Conventional FUE

9G1B. Commentary

9G1C. Commentary to Chapters 9G1A and 9G1B

9G2. Beard to Scalp

9G3. Body to Scalp

9G4. Commentary

10. Graft Preparation and Storage

10A1. Ergonomics in Graft Preparation

10A2. Commentary

10B. Classic Microscope Dissection of Follicular Units

10C. Preparing Grafts for High FU Density Follicular Unit Transplants

10D. Preparation of Multi-Unit Grafts

10E. Holding Solutions

10F. Graft Sorting and Distribution

11. Graft Survival and Growth Studies

11A1. Introduction: Practical Problems and Limitations of Hair Survival Studies

11A2. Studies on Graft Hair Survival

11B. Hair Survival of Partial Follicles: Implications for Pluripotent Stem Cells

11C. Methods of Studying Hair Survival and Growth

11C1. A Technique for Counting Hairs in a Research Study Box

11C2. The Cross-Section Trichometer

11C3. Enhanced Patient Selection: A New Method for Measuring Hair Growth Parameters - The TrichoScan®

11C4. Commentary

12. The Recipient Site

12A1. The History of Follicular Unit Transplantation

12A2. Commentary

12B1. The Pitfalls of FUT Incisions and How to Avoid Them

12B2. Commentary

12C1. High-Density Follicular Unit Transplant

12C2. Commentary

12D1. Mega Session Follicular Unit Transplantation

12D2. Commentary

12E. Recombinant Follicular Unit Transplantation

12F1. The Hairline Zone and "Egg"

12F2. Principles of Creating a Natural Hairline

12G. The Anterior Temporal Area

12H. Transplanting the Vertex

12I1. Combination Grafting Indications and Techniques

12I2. Commentary

12I3. Response to Commentary

13. Graft Insertion

13A. Atraumatic Graft Insertion for Premade Incisions

13B1. "Stick-And-Place" Technique of Graft Insertion

13B2. Commentary

13C. Different Orientation for the Incision: An Effi cient Method of Controlling Graft Implantation Design and Location

13D1. Graft Implanters

13D2. Commentary

13E. Insertion of Multi-FU Grafts

13F. Problematic Graft Quality and Handling

13G. The Spread and Place Technique

14. Postoperative Phase

14A. Management of the Postoperative Period

14B. Donor Area Complications

14C. Recipient Area Complications

14D. Postoperative Bandaging

15. Hair Transplanting in Asian and Black Patients

15A. Hair Transplantation in East Asian Males

15B. Hair Transplantation in Black Patients

15C. Hair Transplantation in Asian Women

16. Transplanting That Requires Special Consideration

16A. Preview Long Hair Follicular Unit Transplanting

16B1. Transplanting into Areas of Cicatricial Alopecia

16B2. Hair Transplantation into Cicatricial Alopecia Secondary to Artificial Hair Implantation

16C. Hair Transplanting in the Pubic Area

16D. Cosmetic and Reconstructive Eyelash Transplantation

16D1. Part 1: Direct Insertion

16D2. Part 2: Sewing Needle Eyelash Insertion

16D3. Commentary

16E1. Eyebrow Transplantation

16E2. Commentary

16F. Moustache and Beard Hair Transplanting

16G. Hair Transplantation in Transgender Patients

16H1. Single Hair Follicular Grafting for Vitiligo Treatment

16H2. Commentary

17. Correction of Cosmetic Problems Secondary to Hair Transplantation

17A. Commentary

18. Ancillary Surgical Procedures

18A. Alopecia Reduction

18B. Scalp Extensions and Triple Flaps

18C. Flaps

19. Setting Up an Office

19A. The Surgical Suite

19B. Instrumentation and Supplies Used in Hair Restoration Surgery

19C. Surgical Assistants

19D. Medicolegal Issues in Hair Replacement

19E1. Building and Promoting Your Practice

19E2. Commentary

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