Does the Recipient Site Influence the Hair Growth Characteristics in Hair Transplantation?

@article{Hwang2002DoesTR,
  title={Does the Recipient Site Influence the Hair Growth Characteristics in Hair Transplantation?},
  author={S. Hwang and Jung Chul Kim and H. Ryu and Y. Cha and Seok-Jong Lee and Do Won Kim},
  journal={Dermatologic Surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={28},
  pages={795–799}
}
BACKGROUND Recently hair transplantation has been widely applied not only to correct androgenetic alopecia, but also to correct hair loss on other parts of the body such as the eyebrows and pubic area. It is believed that the transplanted hairs will maintain their integrity and characteristics after transplantation to new nonscalp sites. OBJECTIVE To evaluate whether the transplanted hairs maintain their hair growth characteristics after transplantation to a new anatomic site other than the… Expand
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