micrograft

micrograft

A hair graft containing 1–2 hair follicles.
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Minigraft or micrograft

Transplantation of a small number of hair follicles, as few as one to three hairs, into a transplant site.
Mentioned in: Hair Transplantation
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The treatment approach involved a single administration of an average dose of 23 million freshly prepared autologous adipose-derived regenerative cells (ADRCs) into the fistulous tract in combination with an autologous adipose micrograft.
The treatment approach involved a single administration of an average dose of 23M freshly prepared autologous adipose-derived regenerative cells, or ADRCs, into the fistulous tract in combination with an autologous adipose micrograft. Cytori Cell Therapy was prepared using Cytori's Celution 800/CRS System, similar to the product that was recently approved as a Class III medical device in Japan.
A resorbable membrane (Bio-Gide[R], Geistlich Pharma AG, Wolhusen, Switzerland) was positioned in the newly formed subantral cavity to preserve the sinus membrane, and the space was then filled with the blend of PLGA and micrograft (Figures 6 and 7).
The sinus lift surgery performed in this case was associated with a resorbable scaffold HA enriched with progenitor cell micrograft, which was harvested from the palatal periosteum.
Recently, a class I medical device (Rigeneracons[R], Human Brain Wave S.R.L., Torino, Italy) has been introduced in clinical practice in order to disaggregate a portion of tissue and obtain 50 [micro]m viable micrografts full of progenitor cells, while maintaining their regenerative and differentiation potentials.
Ohjimi, "Acceleration mechanisms of skin wound healing by autologous micrograft in Mice," International Journal of Molecular Sciences, vol.
The 'micrograft' contains two or three hair while the 'minigrafts' contain three to six hair.
Micrografts for improvement of the frontal hairline after hair transplantation.
The effect of two asepsis protocols, scion type (apical shoot tips and brachyblast), gathering season (autumn and summer) and insertion position of the scion in the ortet (apical and basal) upon the micrograft establishment and consolidation of Pinus radiata D.
Of the variety of reconstructive techniques available for eyebrow reconstruction--including micrograft hair transplantation--the pedicled-flap technique described herein can provide a very reasonable result.
Micrograft - one to two hair grafts into needle holes; small slit grafts - three to four hairs into a slit; large slit grafts - five to seven hairs into a slit; small minigraft - three to four hairs into a small site; large minigraftminigraft - five to eight hairs into a small round recipient site.