Interessanti foto intervento FUE
Inviato 01 aprile 2003 - 12:03
Inviato 03 aprile 2003 - 03:09
cmq si spera che molti altri chirurghi imparino da woods!
Inviato 03 aprile 2003 - 05:39
Generalmente quelli del petto o della schiena sono i più simili ai capelli, comunque David di Hairsite vorrebbe utilizzare quelli delle gambe per l'intervento.
Purtroppo pare che solo Woods e Jones pratichino questo tipo di interventi.
Non so se Cole ha realizzato qualcosa di simile, se qualcuno lo incontra in Grecia potrebbe chiederglielo.
A mio parere per dare densità potrebbe essere una buona soluzione, non conosco però l'esito cicatriziale nei siti donatori.
Inviato 03 aprile 2003 - 08:59
chi è jones? è sempre australiano?
Inviato 04 aprile 2003 - 10:09
Comunque bisogna capire meglio cosa ci si può attendere da tale tipo di intervento.
A mio parere può solo integrare i risultati di un trapianto tradizionale e non sostituirlo completamente.
Jones risponde direttamente su Hairsite nella sezione esperti.
Inviato 07 aprile 2003 - 09:11
One of the most exciting advancements to the field of hair restoration
surgery is the use of body hair. Dr. Ray Woods and Dr. Angela Campbell were the first to show that body hair can assume a character more like that of scalp hair when move to the scalp. This makes sense. Jung Chul Kim, MD and his team of researchers in Taegu, Korea showed that when scalp hair is move to the leg or other extremity, the hair will not grow as fast or as long. They did not always note a change in hair diameter. Therefore, it makes sense that hair from an extremity might grow longer when transferred to the scalp.
One of the problems we encounter is that hair from body parts has a
different curl or wave than typical scalp hair. Also it might be finer or coarser than scalp hair. We are also worried about the sebaceous glands and the sweat glands from the donor sources. For instance the sweat glands in the ears produce a was like substance while the glands in the pubic area produce a different type of secretion. Sweat glands are not assoiciated with hairs, but they are microscopic and not seen on typical dissection even with a dissecting surgery microscope up to 45X. therefore, it is possible that some of the sweat glands might be transplanted to the scalp. Then the question arises of whether they will maintain their same secretory function. Some feel the odor form the under arm might be transplanted to the scalp. The truth is that we do not know about this, but feel that odor may not be a problem. We have a considerable amount of research left to do so bear with us as we
work out the details.
Currently, Ray Woods and Angela Campbell are the world’s foremost
experts in the field of body hair transplantation. We are working with body hair, but we consider our efforts in this area in the beginning stages.
One of the things I’ve found about body hair is that it exist the skin
at a very acute angle, but it does not rest beneath the skin at this
acute angle. Since the source of each hair is deeper in the
subcutaneous fat, we must assume that the hair begins its journey
externally at a less acute angle and then turns more acutely just before exiting the skin surface.
Enclosed is a photo comparing a back hair to the scalp hair. Both were removed using FIT. You will notice the back hair is coarser and has a large sebaceous gland. The scalp hair rests deeper in the dermis and the sebaceous glands are not as well delineated following FIT extraction.
Also notice that we often employ a suturing technique to body hair in an effort to minimize the scar.
John P. Cole, MD
75 14th St.
Atlanta, GA 30308
Cell 540 520 9999
Office 800 368 4247
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