Back to the Future: A Brief but Significant History of Hair Transplantation in Asians
Orentreich has been honored as the father of hair transplantation. However, one should realize that some Japanese pioneers had done great work in hair transplantation even before the release of Orentreich’s papers in 1959 .
KeywordsHuman Hair Single Hair Hair Transplantation Male Pattern Hair Loss Female Pattern Hair Loss
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