Electrotrichogenesis: further evidence of efficacy and safety on extended use.

Abstract

These data represent a subset of data from the original 36-week study conducted by Maddin et al., which was in itself a preliminary study of a pulsed electrical stimulation device in male subjects alone. The extension phase of this study, which is summarized here, was undertaken to gather data on longer-term efficacy and safety and to study clinical effects… (More)

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@article{Maddin1992ElectrotrichogenesisFE, title={Electrotrichogenesis: further evidence of efficacy and safety on extended use.}, author={W S Maddin and Ingrid Amara and William A Sollecito}, journal={International journal of dermatology}, year={1992}, volume={31 12}, pages={878-80} }