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Pubic lice

Pubic lice are small, six-legged creatures that infect the pubic hair area and lay eggs. These lice can also be found in armpit hair and eyebrows. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Pubic lice ...

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Body Hair Transplants to Help Achieve a Full Head of Hair

Dr. Parsa Mohebi, founder of Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, introduces body hair transplants for those who had lost hope of having a full head of hair. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 31, 2015 When it...

Ink-credible announces the launch of their new Scalp Micropigmentation clinic.

A new Hair Simulation clinic, Ink-credible Scalp Micropigmentation, announces its opening. The treatment offered at the new clinic gives the look of full hair to people concerned with balding. Allento...

Health Tip: The Mane Event

-- If you want healthy, shiny hair, you may need to change a few of your habits. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends: Shampooing only your scalp, rather than the length of your hair, and u...

Health Highlights: Dec. 16, 2015

Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay: Lawsuit Filed Over WEN Hair Care Products WEN all-in-one hair care products cause hair to fall o...

Doctors help teen girl with alopecia areata grow hair using novel cream

A young woman who had no scalp or eyebrow hair for years now enjoys a full mane after using a novel cream devised by researchers at Yale School of Medicine.

Rare Condition Can 'Masculinize' Women

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 21, 2015 -- For most women, some hair loss from the scalp along with more body hair are just regular signs of aging. In some cases, though, these changes may stem from a little-known c...

New structural features of human hair discovered

Human hair structure has been studied extensively for more than 70 years, but a complete picture of its local structure has proven elusive. But now, by combining a submicron X-ray beam with cross-sect...

Meet the Parasites That Control Human Brains

With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to enjoy some monster stories, and the scariest monsters of all are those that actually exist. Join us as we share tales of some of the creepiest pa...

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Feily's method as new mode of hair grafting in prevention of scalp necrosis even in dense hair transplantation.

Hair restoration is a safe procedure and most of its associated complications are preventable by the surgeon and/or the patient. Recipient area necrosis is rare but arises when an increased number of ...

Full-thickness Scalp Injury Due to Hair Braiding and Weave.

Full-thickness scalp necrosis secondary to hair weave placement is a rare but serious complication of a common hairstyle. The defects can be large and may necessitate complex reconstruction with hair-...

Clinical, Histological and Trichoscopic Correlations in Scalp Disorders.

Trichoscopy is the term coined for the dermoscopic imaging of scalp and hair. This diagnostic technique, simple and noninvasive, can be used as a handy bedside tool for the diagnosis and follow-up of ...

Severe scalp hair loss in a female patient with acromegaly treated with lanreotide autogel after unsuccessful surgery.

Scalp hair loss is an underreported adverse event of somatostatin analogs therapy that in severe cases may require treatment withdrawal. It can be related to an acute decrease in GH/IGF-1 levels, but ...

Is the eccrine gland an integral, functionally important component of the human scalp pilosebaceous unit?

The pilosebaceous unit (PSU) and the eccrine sweat gland (ESG) are classically described as completely independent skin appendages. However, careful inspection of scalp follicular units reveals that t...

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