Autologous Micrografts from Scalp Tissue: Trichoscopic and Long-Term Clinical Evaluation in Male and Female Androgenetic Alopecia

    January 2020 in “ BioMed Research International
    Pietro Gentile, Maria Giovanna Scioli, Valerio Cervelli, Augusto Orlandi, Simone Garcovich
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    TLDR Micrografts improve hair density and thickness without side effects.
    A study from three years ago evaluated the use of autologous micrografts from scalp tissue for treating male and female androgenetic alopecia. The treatment resulted in significant improvement in hair density and thickness with no adverse effects reported, indicating that it could be a promising option for treating this condition. The micrografts contained stem cells and growth factors, and showed positive results in increasing hair growth and density in the treated area. The study included trichoscopic and long-term clinical evaluations of hair density and hair count.
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