The Indian government is currently conducting a national hair transplant campaign, and more than 1,000 people have already undergone the procedure, according to the country's National Hair Transplant Council.In India, there are currently around 300 hair transplant operations in hospitals and clinics, according the Council.The government is trying to find a better way to reduce the number of hair t...
ZANE Hair transplant is an experimental treatment for patients with degenerative hair loss that involves removing the hair from the scalp, but a new study suggests that the procedure can also help treat other conditions.
The results are the first to suggest that patients with hair loss and/or baldness could benefit from the procedure, according to a study published Monday in the journal Cell Metabolism.
The procedure involves a series of small cuts to the scalp to remove excess hair, then replanting the hair back on the scalp.
A new study of more than 20 patients showed that patients who received the procedure showed improvement in symptoms of fatigue, fatigue-related pain, and fatigue-like symptoms.
In a second study, a group of patients also reported improved symptoms of depression, fatigue, and depression-like disorders.
The study, which involved more than 200 patients with different hair loss disorders, is the first of its kind to examine the potential benefit of the procedure.
Researchers also noted that patients treated with the procedure reported a more positive mental state and fewer adverse effects than patients who did not receive it.
Researchers are still analyzing the results of the study to better understand whether the procedure might help other hair loss conditions.
“The zane procedure is an excellent example of how it can be done in a non-destructive manner that is clinically beneficial for people with hair that has been lost,” said study researcher Dr. Mihai I. Chavkin, a dermatologist at the University of Toronto.
“This study provides the first evidence that this procedure may be effective for some other conditions with similar causes, such as hair loss due to cancer, and possibly for other conditions that have been linked to hair loss in the past, such to conditions of ageing or obesity.”
I’ve had to deal with hair removal The first case of a hair transplant in the United States involved a 29-year-old man who suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome and was diagnosed with hair regrowth problems.
The man was told he needed to undergo a full zane scalp transplant.
The surgery was done in May 2017 at a Toronto clinic, but the patient was not well enough to make the trip to the clinic.
The patient returned home a few weeks later and started a new life.
The hair transplant was successful.
The same man received a second surgery in April 2018, but his condition improved.
Dr. Chivkin said the patient’s improvement was due to a combination of factors.
He had previously had other medical issues, such an autoimmune disease, and was also losing weight.
He said the treatment also improved his mood.
“He felt better, which was good because he wasn’t feeling as well,” he said.
“I’m sure the first part of this was very stressful and painful, but we’ve all experienced that, so I don’t think we’re the only ones who experience it.”
A second case of hair transplant treatment in the U.S. was reported in August 2018, when a man with the same condition also reported improvement.
He was told to undergo the procedure at a clinic in Massachusetts, but he later returned home and started to lose weight.
Dr Chivkins team hopes to see similar results in other cases.
“It’s a good start, but there’s still a lot of work to do,” he told CBC News.