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""This is a well-executed textbook masking all facets of recent hair recovery. The authors do a very good task of supplying either the neophyte and the skilled medical professional with an all-encompassing presentation...an worthwhile resource.""
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""This is a well-executed textbook protecting all features of contemporary hair recovery. The authors do a good activity of offering either the neophyte and the skilled health practitioner with an all-encompassing presentation...an worthwhile resource.""
-Jack Fisher, MD in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

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Springfield, Ill: Charles C Thomas, 1984. The most commonly used classification for male pattern baldness is the one described by Norwood3: Type I There is minimal or no anterior hairline recession at the frontotemporal areas. Type II Triangular symmetrical frontotemporal recessions extend posteriorly no more than 2 cm anterior to the coronal plane drawn between the external auditory canals. Type III The frontotemporal recessions extend posteriorly beyond 2 cm anterior to the coronal line drawn between the external auditory canals.

25 26 Part I ▪ Fundamentals Postsurgical alopecia may occur after oncologic resection of the scalp or eyebrows. After facial rejuvenation or craniofacial procedures, loss of sideburns or frontal, temporal, and retroauricular hair loss is not uncommon. Posttraumatic alopecia includes hair loss resulting from injuries such as burns, traumatic injuries of the scalp and eyebrows, and scalp avulsions. Chapter 2 ▪ Patient Evaluation and Selection Examples of congenital hair loss include the absence of mustache hair in cases of bilateral cleft lip (not obvious until after puberty), triangular temporal alopecia, and nevus sebaceus of Jadassohn.

In selected cases, autologous fat injections a few months in advance of the hair transplantation procedure may help to prepare the recipient site, making it a better ground for the grafts. The Progressive Nature of Hair Loss One of the most important characteristics of baldness is its progressive nature. The rate of hair loss may slow after the age of 40, but it never stops completely. ” When hair loss is correctly evaluated, it will provide the means for establishing a lifelong hair restoration program for the patient.

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