Detumescence Therapy of Human Scalp for Natural Hair Regrowth

@inproceedings{Choy2014DetumescenceTO,
  title={Detumescence Therapy of Human Scalp for Natural Hair Regrowth},
  author={Hyon-Sook Choy},
  year={2014}
}
The root cause for hair loss problem on the human scalp has not been fully understood. [...] Key ResultA flat/ close shape between the scalp and the skull bones, a thin skin thickness and a soft skin are demonstrated to the the prerequisite conditions for natural hair regrowth. A good control of these key parameters by detumescence therapy on human scalp is found to be an effective and efficient approach for natural hair regrowth. Expand Abstract

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