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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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All hairstyles are not created equal: Scalp-pulling and hair loss

In a review of 19 studies, researchers say they can confirm a 'strong association' between certain scalp-pulling hairstyles -- many common among African-Americans -- and the development of traction al...

Scientists discover why our hair thins as we age

Mutations in the scalp's stem cells appear to cause hair follicles to shrink, causing regular hair to be replaced by thin wisps.

All hairstyles are not created equal

(Johns Hopkins Medicine) In a review of 19 studies, researchers at Johns Hopkins say they can confirm a 'strong association' between certain scalp-pulling hairstyles -- many common among African-Ameri...

Atlanta Teen Survives Near Death Car Accident Causing Nerve Damage to His Scalp: What This Unique Creations Hair Restoration Specialist Did Yesterday is Awe Inspiring.

Nineteen year-old Video Game Developer Tavares Justice-Coleman who had a near death car accident was given a new lease of life yesterday with a men's hair restoration procedure conducted by Unique...

What dermatologists need to know about African-American hairstyling practices and the risk of traction alopecia

In a review of 19 studies, researchers at Johns Hopkins say they can confirm a "strong association" between certain scalp-pulling hairstyles—many common among African-Americans—and the development...

Beverly Hills Hair Transplant Surgeon Awards Complimentary Hair Transplant To Deserving Patient

Dr. Parsa Mohebi, founder of Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, has now announced the winner of the 2nd annual complimentary hair transplant campaign. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 24, 2016 Dr. Parsa Moh...

Cooling System to Prevent Hair Loss

Women with breast cancer who dread losing their hair during chemotherapy have a new ally. The first computer-controlled scalp cooling device designed to reduce the frequency and severity of chemothera...

Scalp Cooling Safe, Long-term European Data Show

Scalp cooling, which reduces hair loss during chemotherapy, has not been embraced in the United States, although 40 years of European data show that it is safe. Medscape Medical News

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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-...

Standardized Scalp Massage Results in Increased Hair Thickness by Inducing Stretching Forces to Dermal Papilla Cells in the Subcutaneous Tissue.

In this study, we evaluated the effect of scalp massage on hair in Japanese males and the effect of stretching forces on human dermal papilla cells in vitro.

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 ...

Hair Follicle Miniaturization in a Woolly Hair Nevus: A Novel "Root" Perspective for a Mosaic Hair Disorder.

Woolly hair nevus is a mosaic disorder characterized by unruly, tightly curled hair in a circumscribed area of the scalp. This condition may be associated with epidermal nevi. We describe an 11-year-o...

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