03/12/2022
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Hair Loss: Computer analysis of hair and scalp – 2022

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Hair Loss: Computer analysis of hair and scalp

Each of us can feel that our hair is starting to fall out more than before. Each of us can see the signs of hair loss and loss of hair volume.

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Computer analysis of hair and scalp

Below we will provide an overview of what computer analysis of hair and scalp is, what its advantages are, and how this modern sophisticated technology helps in the accurate diagnosis of hair and scalp diseases.

Each of us can feel that our hair is starting to fall out more than before. Each of us can see the signs of hair loss and loss of hair volume. We can even understand how the hair falls out, as in a father, grandfather or uncle.
Men notice a gradual regression (retraction) in the front line. With the formation of the valve in the form of the letter M, and this is enough for men to suspect hereditary baldness. But usually this stage does not bother them too much. Also, thinning usually occurs in the dark part. And it tends to merge with the front line, and the thinning of the hair is more than obvious. It is a period when every man is diagnosed with genetic baldness and is seriously worried about his hair.

Women, on the other hand, notice widespread hair loss on the top of the head. While maintaining the front line. Hair separation becomes more pronounced, the volume and quality of the hair is lost. Women immediately recognize the signs of hair thinning. And remember that hair loss is not just a phase.
You don’t need an expert to tell you that your hair is falling out. You already know that you have a hair problem. You look at him in the mirror every day.

However, what each of us can easily see and recognize as thinning hair has a mechanism that occurs deep within the scalp. At the hair root level. What you see as hair thinning is actually changing your healthy, strong, terminal fibers into finer, shorter non-terminal strands of hair. And finally in soft, short, velvety hair. In patients with hereditary baldness, the terminal/velocity fiber ratio is 1:4. And all this is the result of the weakening of the function of the once healthy hair follicles, the process of miniaturization of the follicle and hair.

What we see as a clinical manifestation with the naked eye is simply a presentation of changes occurring in the skin. Computerized trichological analysis with 20 to 200 times magnification is required to see the necessary root and skin structures. And enough trichological software.

Trichometry, analysis of hair structure, videodermoscopy (tricoscopy), trichological techniques such as determining the number of follicles are extremely important techniques. It is used in the most modern professional and clinical centers to accurately determine the condition of the scalp and hair.
The first version of professional trichology software appeared in Russia in 2004. This state-of-the-art trichological software for determining the condition of hair, scalp and hair density was developed by Prof. Dr. V. Tkachev. University professor-dermatologist, president of the NADK-National Association of Dermatologists and Cosmetologists. This software enables the application of the most specific and complex trichological techniques ever known.

TrichoScience software has the ability to evaluate and analyze hair density, hair thickness, hair number in anagen/telogen phase (growth phase and hair loss phase), terminal number, weak hair count versus velvety, healthy and pigmented hair count. as well as all scalp conditions.

Computerized trichoscopic analysis of hair and scalp can visualize the shape of baldness and the parameters necessary to determine the condition of the scalp. But also quantitative analysis of hair loss. Quantitative analysis is essential to assess the degree of progression of hereditary baldness. And accordingly, the possibilities of hair regeneration.
An important and easily measurable parameter by computerized analysis of the hair and scalp is the number of hairs per cm2, which gives us a direct idea of ​​the degree of thinning. Normal hair density is 120-150 hairs per cm2. Since hair density in each individual is different, a comparative analysis of hair density in different areas of the head can be made. In this way, the individual normal density of the beard and the density in the thinning areas can be measured even more accurately.

The diameter of the hair is another important parameter. Who shows us how seriously baldness progresses. The presence of velvety hairs, fibers thinner than 0.03 mm, indicates advanced stages of hair loss.

The shape and diameter of the bristles are also analyzed. Changes in the hair itself indicate or exclude various forms of hair loss. Various forms of hair damage are typical of certain hair problems. It is also necessary to evaluate the condition of the hair pores. Healthy pores are a prerequisite for good hair growth. Oil, dandruff, pore plugs must be regulated to achieve effective results. And their condition can be estimated as an increase of 200.

Computerized hair and scalp analysis is of particular interest for diagnostic purposes, as it can also be used to predict outcomes. And of course monitoring the progress of treatment. Accordingly, the client’s treatment plan is tailored individually. Depending on the specific needs and for quick effects and maximum benefit.

 

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