Пересадка волос у мужчин

Ekrem Civas MD. Turkey Clinics-Cosmetic Approaches in Men 1.edition; p29-32

Abstract: Hair is the major component of man’s esthetic. Androgenetic alopesia is the most important cause of men hairloss and it is also the main indication for hairtransplant. Hair transplantation is a very sophisticated subspeciality branch which provides a great relaxation for male patients. With the advancement and diversification of hair transplantation technique, the improvement of the tools used in surgery and the increse in experiences which create natural results. The future of hair restoration surgery focuses on cell-based treatments as well as minimal incision surgery.

Follicular Unit Extraction as a Valuable Method for the Restoration of Beard: Retrospective Case Series Study

Ekrem Civas MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Hasan Mete Aksoy MD, Emel Çalıkoğlu MD. Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology

Abstract: Beard and mustache are important components of body image. Beard transplantation is the procedure to restore congenital absence or inefficient growth of beard and mustache. The aim of the study is to report our results and experience in beard transplantation. Patients with a demand for beard restoration who were treated with Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplantation method were included in this retrospective, case series study. Beard reconstruction by using the FUE method is found a safe and effective method with high patient satisfaction rates.

Clinical experience with hair transplantation for secondary cicatricial alopecias

Ekrem Civas MD, Hasanmete Aksoy MD,Berna Aksoy MD, Muhitdin Eski MD. Turkish Journal of Plastic Surgery 27 (4), 160

Abstract: Hair transplantation for the treatment of secondary cicatricial alopecia has recently become a more widely used technique. This study evaluates the results of use of hair transplantation surgery in patients with secondary cicatricial alopecia. Forty-five patients with a definitive clinical diagnosis of secondary cicatricial alopecia were included in this retrospective study. Hair transplantation done directly into scar tissue could be the first line treatment in selected cases with secondary cicatricial alopecia as this method is less traumatic and easier to perform in comparison with other surgical treatment methods.

Surgical correction of primary cicatricial alopecia: Experience with nine patients

Ekrem Civaş MD, Andaç Aykan MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Muhitdin Eski MD. Turkish Archives of Dermatology & Venerology/Turkderm 52 (3)

Abstract: Primary excision and hair transplantation are infrequently used to treat stable primary cicatricial alopecia (PCA). Follicular unit extraction (FUE) method has gained popularity in recent years. This study  investigates long-term results and effectiveness of hair transplantation in the treatment of PCA. In this selected group of PCA patients, FUE method of hair transplantation is a reliable choice of surgical treatment method.

Techniques and Applications of Hair Transplantation in Hair Diseases

Ekrem Civas MD. Hair Disorders

Abstract: Hair transplantation is one of the most complex esthetic surgical procedures. It is the only alternative method to recover the hair loss in some hair diseases including genetic hair loss or cicatricial alopecia. It is possible to achieve almost fully natural results by the way of the transplantation of the follicular unit, which is the modern hair surgery procedure. Follicular unite extraction technique has become popular in the last 10 years, and indications of FUE are increasing day by day due to the fact that there is no linear scar remaining in the donor area and hair from different body parts such as the beard and chest can be used as donor sites.

Evaluation of Three İnstruments Used İN FUE

Ekrem Civas MD, Hasanmete Aksoy MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Erol Koç MD. Hair Transplant Forum International

Abstract: Purpose of the this study 1)compare the speed of three different insturements and their transection rates; 2) classify candidates and evaluate appropriateness procedure of each candidates; 3) identify areas where further study is required. İntruments that we compared were the sharp punch (2-step technique), sharp and blunt punch (SAFE system or 3-step technique) and arrow notch punch (claims of up to 2000 FUs in one session made by clinics in Turkey) which consist of opposing double double notched punh (2 mm indentation) with slightly pointed tips (not as sharp as the sharp punch not as blunt as SAFE system)

Long-term result of hair transplantation for therapy resistant alopecia areata of eyebrows

Ekrem Civas MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Firat Ozer MD, Muhitdin Eski MD. Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology 83 (5)

Abtract: We present the long-term result of a previously reported case who was treated with hair transplantation for therapy-resistant alopecia areata affecting both eyebrows. A 24-year-old male patient was treated with hair transplantation for therapy-resistant alopecia areata affecting both eyebrows in 2007. Eyebrow replacement therapy with follicular unit extraction (FUE) technique using 425 hair grafts harvested from occipital region (which contains normal scalp hair not affected by androgenetic alopecia), was performed for the treatment of this patient in 2007.

Hair transplantation: Innovations, applications

Ekrem Civas MD. Archives of the Turkish Dermatology & Venerology/Turkderm/ 2014;1(2)

Abtract: In recent years, there has been significant improvement in hair transplantation techniques and results owing to hair transplant experience and the development of more suitable microsurgery equipment. In fact, almost natural looking results are beginning to be achieved. This article provides a general assessment of the indications of technical innovations of hair transplant techniques by elaborating the effects of latest hair transplant techniques on patient selection.

Surgical Treatment of Hair Loss

Ekrem Civas MD. Turkey Clinics Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Special Topics 2015;8(1)

Abstract: While hair transplantation constitutes the most important part of the surgical treatment of hair loss, there are also different surgical options that can be used for various situations, although rare. In this article, current hair transplantation methods used in the surgical treatment of hair loss will be mentioned.

Innovations in Hair Transplantation and My Personal Experiences / Preferences

Ekrem Civas MD. Turkey Clinics Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Special Topics 2013;6(4)

Abtract: Hair surgery was performed by Dr. The long hair surgery journey with punch grafts, which started with Orentreich, continues with Follicular unit transplantation in 1990s and Follicular unit transplantation, which started to be applied very recently. As a result, both male and female patients are suitable candidates for hair surgery in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia.

Scalp Block in Dermatologic Surgery

Ekrem Civas MD. Turkey Clinics Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Special Topics 2011;4(4)

Abstract: Effective and safe analgesia is the main component of dermatological surgery with anesthesia of sensory nerves. Many dermatological procedures performed for diagnosis or treatment can be performed without putting the patient at risk of general anesthesia. For this purpose, different local pharmacological agents can be applied with different methods and techniques. With the appropriate anesthetic and correct application technique, effective, safe and patient comfort can be performed

Effectiveness of non-ablative three dimensional (3D) skin rejuvenation: a retrospective study involving 46 patients

Ekrem Civas MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Berna, Barıs Surucu MD, Erol Koç MD, Hasan Mete Aksoy MD. Photomedicine and laser surgery 2010;28(5)

Abstract: Three dimensional (3D) skin rejuvenation is proposed to be effective for all skin layers. The aim of this concept is to treat sun spots with broad-band pulse light; large pores, fine lines and vascular lesions with a long-pulsed 1064 nm neodymium-yttrium-aluminum-garnet (Nd:YAG) laser system and skin ptosis and laxity with a 1100-1800 nm infrared light source. In this study, 46 patients treated with the 3D skin rejuvenation procedure were retrospectively evaluated to assess the effectiveness of the 3D procedure according to both patient and doctor satisfaction. All of our patients showed improvement. Female patients were more satisfied than male patients. Patient and doctor satisfaction scores were generally correlated. Our clinical results indicate that the 3D procedure is an effective nonsurgical skin rejuvenation method.

Getting Hair Follicles by FUE Method

Ekrem Civas MD. Turkey Clinics Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Special Topics 2010;3(4)

Follicular unit extraction is a method of hair transplantation by obtaining hair follicles from the donor area one by one in vivo without making a linear incision. The hair follicles are taken directly after the round incisions made around the follicular unit with small punches. The most important reason for the need for this method is that it does not leave a line-like scar on the neck and allows other alternative body parts to be used as donors (such as breast hair, beard hair).

Anesthesia in Hair Transplantation

Ekrem Civas MD. Turkey Clinics Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Special Topics 2010;3(4)

Abtract: Selection and application of the appropriate anesthetic agent is one of the most important parts of hair transplant surgery. Patients should feel as comfortable as possible, both physically and psychologically, only by minimizing anxiety and pain. At this point, the physician should have information about the effects, duration of action, potential toxicity and toxic effects of all drugs used.

Introduction to Hair Transplantation Surgery, General Information

Ekrem Civas MD. Turkey Clinics Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Special Topics 2010;(3)4

Abstract: Hair transplant surgery is one of the most important attempts of the last quarter century. When done correctly, the cosmetic results are quite good. Large and large grafts have been replaced by follicular unit grafts today. New techniques have been developed for a more natural look and better cosmetic result. Such surgical procedures in both male and female patients not only give the patient a distinct appearance, but also stop the baldness process. In this article, general information about hair transplant surgery will be briefly mentioned.

Clinical experience in the treatment of different vascular lesions using a neodymium‐doped yttrium aluminum garnet laser

Ekrem Civas MD, Erol Koc MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Hasan Mete Aksoy MD. Dermatologic Surgery 2009;12(35)

Abstract: A neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd:YAG) laser has been used with good results for the treatment of various vascular lesions. To report our experience with a variable long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser for the treatment of different vascular lesions. One hundred ten patients with different vascular skin lesions were included 71.5% of all patients were very satisfied or satisfied with the results. A variable long-pulsed Nd:YAG laser was found to be effective in the treatment of different vascular lesions ranging from easy to difficult to treat.

Confetti‐like macular atrophy: A new entity?

Berna Aksoy MD, Hüseyin ÜSTÜN MD, Rukiye GÜLBAHÇE MD, Mahi Balci MD, Hasan M Aksoy MD, Ekrem CIVAŞ MD, Nilguen Atakan MD. The Journal of Dermatology 2009;36(11)

Abstract: Anetoderma, is characterized by herniated atrophic macules clinically and by decreased to absent dermal elastic fibers histopathologically. Atrophoderma elastolyticum discretum describes lesions that are reminiscent of atrophoderma clinically but they are compatible with anetoderma histopathologically. We described two cases which are interesting because they may represent a clinicopathological entity which has not been described before.

A new experimental delayed wound healing model in rabbits

Berna Aksoy MD, Hasan Mete Aksoy MD, Ekrem Civaş MD, Hüseyin Üstün MD, Nilgün Atakan MD. European Journal of Dermatology 2009;16(9)

Abstract: Chronic wounds pose important problems in clinical practice and their treatment is difficult and costly. Here we describe a new delayed wound healing animal model. Fifteen male New Zealand rabbits were used in this study. İn our new model, addition of panniculectomy to full thickness burn injury significantly delayed wound healing with a decrease in scar quality. This is a simple, economic and effective animal model to study delayed wound healing.

Ineffectiveness of topical cantharidin treatment in dermatosis papulosa nigra/Dermatozis papuloza

Berna Aksoy MD, Ekrem Civas MD, Huseyin Ustun MD. Turkish Journal of Dermatology 2009

Abstract: Dermatosis papulosa nigra  is thought to be a specially localized form of seborrheic keratosis  that affects certain ethnic groups. The main effect of cantarid is due to its primary acantholytic and vesicle forming effect.

Report of two angiokeratoma of Fordyce cases treated with a 1064 nm long‐pulsed Nd: YAG laser

Ekrem Civaş MD, Erol Koç MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Hasan Mete Aksoy MD. Photodermatology, Photoimmunology & Photomedicin  2009;25(3)

Abstract: Various laser treatment modalities for angiokeratomas have been reported in the literatüre. A 1064 nm long‐pulsed Nd:YAG laser was used to treat the angiokeratoma lesions. Nd:YAG laser treatment yielded successful results in the treatment of our patients’ scrotal and vulvar angiokeratomas following two application sessions

Lateral foldplasty with or without partial matricectomy for the management of ingrown toenails

Berna Aksoy MD, Hasan Mete Aksoy MD, Ekrem Civas MD, Bahar Oc MD, Nilgun Atakan MD. Dermatologic surgery 2009;35(3)

Abstract: Ingrown toenails are common and lead to significant morbidity. This retrospective study was aimed at evaluation of our new surgical technique of lateral foldplasty with limited lateral matrix resection in some cases for the management of ingrown toenails with regard to recurrence rates, spicule formation, local infection, partial flap necrosis, and cosmetic outcome. The lateral foldplasty procedure alone or combined with limited lateral matrix resection is a cheap, simple, and satisfactory technique for the treatment of ingrown toenails with a low risk of relapse.

Nail debridement for the treatment of onychogryposis: use of wire cutter and bone rongeur

Hasanmete Aksoy MD, Berna Aksoy MD, Ekrem Civaş MD, B Öç MD. European Journal of Plastic Surgery 2008;31(5)

Abstract: Onychogryposis refers to thickening, increase in length and curvature of the nail plate. Treatment is required for cosmetic reasons, functional problems caused by the long curved nail, and for complications such as subungual gangrene. Wire cutter and bone rongeur (surgical instruments used in orthopedic surgery) were found to be very suitable for nail debridement by the authors eliminating the need for electrical instruments.

Azithromycin-induced onychomadesis

Berna Aksoy MD, Hasan Mete Aksoy MD, Ekrem Civas MD, Nilgun Atakan MD. European Journal of Dermatology 2008;18(3)

Abstract: Onychomadesis is described as total or partial loss of the nail plate as a result of separation starting in the proximal nail unit, caused by temporary cessation of function of the proximal nail matrix. Our patient was exposed to azithromycin for the first time and there was no previous history of onychomadesis. Thus a diagnosis of onychomadesis related to azithromycin exposure was made on the grounds of the patient’s medical history and clinical findings.

Post- pemphigus acanthomata

Sema Aytekin MD,Mehmet Harman MD, F. Yilmaz MD, Ekrem Civas MD, M. Derici

Abstract: Pemphigus is a group of vesiculobullous disorders in which the blisters usually heal with hyperpigmentation. The appearance of acanthomata at sites of previous blisters has been noted in our case.

Effect of acitretin on recalcitrant warts

Mehmet HARMAN MD, Sema AYTEKİN MD, Sedat AKDENİZ MD, H Serhat İNALÖZ MD, Ekrem CİVAŞ MD. Turkey Clinics Journal of Dermatology 1998;8(2)

Abstract: The efficacy of acitretin treatment was evaluated in 2 patients with multiple recalcitrant warts and psoriatic erythroderma. The daily dose of acitretin was initially 50 mg per day orally. In both patients the warts impressively regressed during the treatment. Almost complete resolution was achieved after 3 months of acitretin therapy, but the termination of the treatment resulted in a total relapse within the following 12 weeks.

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