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Special conditions, complications, and other procedures

This section deals with other applications of the Direct FUE technique such as the use of body hair for the AGA restoration as well as facial and body hair restoration.

Special scalp conditions are presented that require special handing and amendments of the technique both during extraction and placement of the follicle grafts.  

An extended description of the strip impact on both the donor and the recipient area is presented.

There may be post-op complications that demand careful handling and may affect the final hair growth result.

There is also a presentation of the PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) autologous skin therapy that can be applied either as a hair loss therapy or in combination with the hair restoration procedure.

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Diagnostic Procedures


General Purpose of Unity

Expected Results

Key Words

Introductory Remarks 

Subsection 1: Diagnosis of Hair Loss and Alopecia

Subsection 2: Operative and Non-Operative Alopecias—Contraindications for Hair Restoration

2.1 Cases of possible low final hair growth

2.2 The DSA Aspects

Subsection 3: Mathematical Calculations

Subsection 4: The Medical Parameters

4.1 Considerations for Androgenetic Alopecia Diagnosis in Women
4.2 Clinical estimation of the scalp prior to the procedure
4.3 The Operatives Parameters
4.4 Pre Operative Procedures and Precautions


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Operative Procedures


General Purpose of Unity

Expected Results

Key Words

Introductory Remarks 

Subsection 1: The Technique (Direct FUE)

1.1 Local anesthesia – constitution and administration
1.2 The Extraction Phase
1.2.1 Basic Extraction Terminology:
1.3 Factors That Affect the Qualitative Follicular Unit Extraction
1.4 Extraction methodology
1.5 The Placement Phase, Step by Step

1.6 Completion of Placement of the Hair Follicles, Step by Step

Subsection 2: Advantages of the Direct FUE Technique in comparison with classic FUE and Strip methods.

2.1 The Strip Method, Also Known As F.U.T (Follicular Unit Transplantation)
2.2 Punch Grafting

Subsection 3: Donor Area—Rules of Extraction

3.1Rules of extraction
3.2Harvesting of The Donor Area
3.3 Extraction Mode

Subsection 4: Rules of Placement

4.1 The Implanter Device
4.2 Proper Use of the Implanter Device
4.3 Proper Adjustment of the Implanter
4.4 Recipient Area (Alopecia area to be restored)
4.5 Basic Placement Instructions
4.6 Placement plan

Subsection 5: Design of the Hairline

5.1 Restoration of temples
5.2 Restoring V–VI Norwood Scales

Subsection 6: Distribution of Grafts

6.1 Restoration of the Vertex


Subsection 7: Depth of Placement
Subsection 8: Direction and Angle of Placement
Subsection 9: Placement Density

9.1 Fundamental Rules for Density 

Subsection 10: Usual Post-Op Symptoms



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Alopecia and Hair Restoration


General Purpose of Unity

Expected Results

Key Words

Introductory Remarks  

Subsection 1: Hair Restoration History

1.1 Basic Terminology 

Subsection 2: Hair loss and alopecia

2.1 Hair follicle anatomy and physiology

2.2 Structure of the Hair Follicle

2.3 Histology 

2.4Hair Physiology

2.5 The Hair Cycle

Subsection 3: Types of Alopecia (Cicatricial and Non-Cicatricial)

3.1 Non Cicatricial Alopecia

3.2Cicatricial alopecia

3.3 Trichotillomania

3.4 Traction alopecia

Subsection 4: Androgenetic Alopecia in Men

4.1 Classification of Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA)

4.1.1 Inheritance

4.1.2 Mortality/Morbidity

4.1.3 Race

4.1.4 Age 

Subsection 5: Androgenetic Alopecia in Women

5.1 Pattern of androgenetic alopecia in women (female pattern) 

Subsection 6: Alopecia Areata in Specific

6.1 Treatment of AA



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