Basic hair transplantation: 2007.

@article{Sadick2007BasicHT,
  title={Basic hair transplantation: 2007.},
  author={Neil S Sadick and Michael P. White},
  journal={Dermatologic therapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={
          436-47
        }
}
The most common form of hair loss is androgenic alopecia that affects at least half of the male population by age 50 is speculated to be caused by a change in the balance of androgen hormones. Male hair loss occurs in a characteristic pattern of decreased hair growth where hair becomes progressively finer, less pigmented, ceasing growth completely, and then becoming dislodged from the scalp. Hair loss to some patients is a serious issue that can impart a social and psychologic impact on their… CONTINUE READING