Hair Restoration Surgery in Asians

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Damkerng Pathomvanich, Kenichiro Imagawa
Springer Science & Business Media, 18 févr. 2010 - 292 pages

Hair transplantation is in demand worldwide, but because Asian hair tends to be more sparse and coarse than Caucasian hair, transplantation procedures need to be adapted to Asian patients. This book, exclusively devoted to Asian hair, is a complete and comprehensive text written by a group of authors sharing their experience in their specialized fields of hair restoration. Included are many practical tips as well as chapters on regional transplantation such as eyebrows, eyelashes, sideburns, beards, and mustaches, in addition to the usual scalp hair restoration. With its many illustrations, the book gives readers a complete knowledge of hair restoration surgery and provides a quick, easy-to-use reference on Asian hair and the differences in patients' demands. With an influx of new physicians in this challenging field of medicine, further education and training are imperative and must be available to provide a high standard of medical practice. This compilation meets that objective and ultimately makes the valuable contribution of restoring patients' self-confidence.

 

Table des matières

Part I History and the Past
2
A Brief but Signifi cantHistory of Hair Transplantation in Asians
3
Knowing the Differences
8
The Prevalence of Male Pattern Baldnessin Asian Men
11
Knowing the Difference in Restoring theAsian Look
14
A Korean Study
21
Part IIIConsultation Planning and Hairline Design
23
The Key to Success in Consultation
25
An Alternative Way of Graft Cutting
146
MyPersonal Technique
148
Part IXRecipient Site Preparation and Insertion
151
Dense Packing
153
When and Where to Begin
155
A Debate over Premade Incisions VersusStick and Place
163
Technique of Fast and Effi cientGraft Insertion
165
Implanter
168

Hair Restoration Surgery in Poor Candidates
27
Preoperative Approach to Preexisting ScalpLesions
32
Planning for UltraRefi ned Follicular UnitTransplantation and the Hairline Design
37
LaserAssisted Rapid Hairline Placement
41
When to Restore the Temple Area
47
Area of Concern
49
Should We Use Single or Multiple FU Graftsin Asians?
51
Advantages of Microvascular Free Scalp FlapTransfer as a Means of Hair Transplantation
54
Is There a Place for Scalp Flap in ModernHair Restoration Surgery?
59
Part IVMedical Treatment
63
Medical Treatment of Hair Loss
65
The Use of Herbal Medicine
70
Is There a Place for Oral Minoxidil?An Overview
72
Part V Preoperative Care
78
Preoperative Care for Super MegaSessions
79
Part VI Local Anesthesia and Tumescence
83
Safe Use of Local Anesthesia andTumescence Fluid in the Donor Siteas an Offi ceBased Procedure
85
Medicationor Meditation?
90
Part VIIDonor Harvesting
94
A Longand Winding Road
95
How Long How Wideand Where?
103
A Refi ned Open Donor Harvesting toMinimize Follicular Transection
108
Other Methods of Donor Harvesting
117
OmnigraftTM
121
Donor Wound Closure
124
My Personal Technique
131
Follicular Unit Extraction in theAsian Population
133
Personal Techniques
141
Slivering and Graft Cutting
143
Part XHair Restoration in Women andTranssexual Males
172
Hair Restoration Surgery in Asian Women
173
Hair Restoration Surgery inTranssexual Males
185
Personal Techniques
189
Repair of Iatrogenic Scarring andNonScarring Alopecia fromCosmetic Surgery
190
Cicatricial Alopecia in Hair Transplantation
197
The Repair of Unwanted Plugs
200
Repair of Scalp Flap
205
Repair of Artifi cial Fiber Implantation
209
Part XIISpecial Procedures in HairRestoration Surgery
213
Eyebrow Transplant
215
Eyelash TransplantK Imagawa
222
Sideburn Transplant
227
Mustache Transplant
231
Chest Hair Transplant
235
Pubic Hair Transplant
239
Part XIIIPostoperative Care
244
Postoperative Care
247
Postoperative Instruction Sheet Usedin Our Clinic
249
Part XIVComplications
253
Complications and the Solutions
254
Part XVThe Business Side
265
Marketing and Management
267
Part XVIHair Transplants in the Future
270
Hair Cloning and Follicular Cell Implantation
273
New Tools for Hair Transplants
276
Application of Stem Cells in HairRestoration Surgery
279
Subject Index
285
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