• Presently How many techniques are available for hair transplant
  • Is the donor area for strip technique and autocloning is same
  • Which sheath is important for survival in auto cloning
  • In Auto cloning hair can treated either with A Cell or
  • A Cell is driven from
  • What happen to the total number of hair after transplant in Auto cloning
  • What happen to total number of hair in strip and FUE technique
  • Which technique benefit the most in limited Donor area
  • In which technique there if least numbness in donor area
  • What is the main disadvantage of autocloning in one surgery
  • It is important in FUE to prepare the donor area differently by
  • If Donor area is partially shaved in FUE, how many maximum hair can be taken
  • If Donor area is partially shaved in FUE, how many maximum Follicular units can be   Taken
  • If donor hair are completely shaved, how many maximum hair can be extracted with FUE technique in one day
  • If donor hair are completely shaved, how many maximum follicular units can be extracted with FUE Technique in one day
  • What is the goal in FUE using different kind of extraction methods
  • How many different kind of extraction punches are used in FUE
  • What is the biggest advantage of FUE
  • FUE Technique has advantage over strip method in which condition
  • How soon the FUE procedure can be repeated after large session of FUE
  • What’s the average damage to the hair during FUE procedure
  • How deep is the incision is made in the donor area in long hair technique
  • What’s the technical usage of skin hooks in long hair technique
  • What’s the advantage of skin hooks usage
  • Which technique offers the direct visualization of follicular units
  • What’s the average damage to the hair with direct visualization technique
  • What’s the average damage to the hair with blind technique
  • In trichophytic technique how much wide dermis is incised out
  • In trichophytic technique how much deep dermis incision is made
  • In the strip extrected gap, the A cell sheath is placed for what purpose
  • Use of multiple blade leads to higher damage to what structure
  • If skin hooks are not used during strip removal , it can leads to
  • What’s the average damage in long hair technique
  • What is the survival rate in long hair technique
  • If the laxity and flexibility is good , average how many follicular units  can be performed in long hair technique
  • What is the advantage of combining long hair technique with other techniques
  • Which surgical technique provide the non surgical post operative look
  • Which surgical technique provide the preview of the outcome
  • Long hair technique is not advised in  which situation
  • Shock hair loss is more common in which situation
  • In creating Recipient sites, important consideration is given to which of the four factors
  • What’s the main determining factor for the recipient site size
  • What’s the average diameter of recipient site size for single hair follicular unit
  • What’s the average diameter of recipient site size for two hair follicular unit
  • What’s the average diameter of recipient site size for three hair follicular unit
  • What’s the hair exit angle in the hairline
  • What’s the hair exit angle in the mid scalp
  • What’s the hair exit angle in the parietal area
  • What’s the hair exit angle in the occipital area
  • What’s the hair exit angle in the part line
  • What’s the hair exit angle in the temple area
  • What’s the direction of hair in the hair line near frontal midpoint
  • What’s the direction of hair in the temple area
  • What’s the direction direction of hair in the occipital area
  • What’s the direction of hair in the parietal area
  • What’s the direction of hair in the vertex area
  • When creating the sites in thinning area, what should be the direction
  • When creating sites in the thinning area ,what should be the angle
  • The width of the sites through out it’s depth stay the same in what type of sites
  • The hair are lined side by side in what type of sites
  • The superficial trauma at 20 degree angle sites are more in what type of sites
  • In hair line it’s difficult to maintain the desired  angle in what type of sites
  • If the desired angle is 20 degree ,the dermal trauma is 50 % more in what type of sites
  • At 20 degree angle sites, there is uneven pressure on follicular units in what type of sites
  • Hair are lined behind each other in what type of sites
  • In Hair transplant the number of the hair remain the same in which technique
  • In hair transplant the number of hair increase in what kind of technique
  • The A Cell is driven from what kind of cells
  • If the Donor area is limited, which technique offer better hope
  • There is no temporary numbness in donor area in which of the techniques
  • If the client wants to wear the hair number one machine size or keeping the head shaved ,what techniques could be given preference
  • If client does not want to have stitches or strip removal , what are the options
  • Which technique offers you to go back to work next day without the visibility of surgery
  • Which technique offer most no of follicular units in one surgery
  • Which technique offers the reasonably good density in one procedure
  • There might be a fine line scar in the donor area in which technique
  • What is the average duration of the growing phase
  • What is the average hair diameter
  • Telogen club expand and cornified in how much time
  • At what rate hair grows in a day
  • New hair regeneration is started by what kind of cells
  • During hair regeneration, rapidly proliferating cells descend into which structure
  • During catagen papilla follow upward along which structure
  • What is the length of the regression stage
  • Club hair is shed in how much time during telogen stage
  • How long the regression phase last
  • During regression stage lower portion of the shaft expand to form what structure
  • What portion of hair go through major changes during regression phase
  • What two sheaths make the Stella
  • During regression papilla moves up to lies below which structure
  • What structure lies below the secondary hair germ
  • What is the average diameter of the hair
  • What is the common name for Papilla
  • What type of cell mostly are present in the papilla
  • What determine the size of the hair
  • What structure is connected to the Papilla through the stalk
  • How many arrector pili muscle are present in three hair follicular unit
  • What sheath surround the whole hair
  • Which layer cover the entire hair
  • Follicular units are surrounded collagen band called
  • What kind of cells surround the papilla
  • What role Mesenchymal stem cells play
  • What type of cells matrix is made off
  • Hair layers begin to differentiate at what level
  • At which level the hair groupingis more apparent
  • Papilla is surrounded by which cells
  • How Many layers hair consist of at exit
  • In the scalp hair medulla is surrounded by how many layers
  • What is the name of the hair muscle
  • Hair muscle is attached to which layer of the hair
  • What cells near the papilla has germinative properties
  • Outer root sheath ends into which structure
  • What percent of hair lies above the insertion of hair muscle
  • Which hair layer act as a mold to the growing hair
  • Where the sebaceous gland open
  • Stem cells are located in which hair layer
  • What percent of hair is above the sebaceous gland opening
  • What is the name of the middle portion of the hair
  • What is the name of the Upper portion of the hair
  • What role hair stem cells play
  • Inner root sheet end at what level
  • What zone of hair lies below the insertion of the muscle
  • What zones make the Permanent portion of the hair
  • What portion of hair go through regression and regeneration during hair cycle
  • Which hair layer is the strongest
  • What present of hair grow as single hair follicular unit
  • What are the important factors of male pattern hair loss
  • If person has hair loss genes but do not have hair loss, what does it signify
  • If DHT is absent but hair loss genes are present, hairloss will happen or not
  • If hair loss genes are activated and DHT is higher, what will be the speed of hair loss
  • Between the age of 12-18 yrs ,DHT if important for the development of
  • DHT is not needed in the body at what age
  • DHT concentration is highest during what age group
  • DHT concentration is lowest during what age group
  • If hair loss genes are activated , the higher DHT will leads to
  • Hair loss is fastest in which age group
  • Hair loss is slowest in which age group
  • Once the hair loss gene is activated, what determine the pace of hair loss
  • Can we are able to predict at what age hair loss gene will get activated
  • Normally what percentage of hair are of the same length
  • Normally what percentage of hair are of variable length
  • If the variable length hair are 20% , what it will signify
  • If the same length hair are 80% , what it will signify
  • What will determine the hair loss in a person with full head of hair
  • At what percentage of the telogen hair, diagnosis of hair loss is confirmed
  • At what percentage of terminal hair , diagnosis of hair loss is made
  • What important lab tool is needed to made the diagnosis of hair loss
  • Effectiveness of the hair loss medicine is judged by which test
  • What happen to the donor area density with age
  • In established hair loss what types of hair are present in thinning area
  • What does the increase percentage of telogen hair signify
  • If the diameter of terminal hair is 0.07 mm , what will be it’s telogen diameter
  • If the diameter of intermediate hair is 0.05 mm, it’s telogen diameter will be
  • If vellus diameter is 0.027 mm , it’s telogen diameter will be
  • If the depth of terminal hair is 4 mm, what will be it’s telogen depth
  • If depth of intermediate hair is 3 mm, what will be it’s telogen depth
  • If depth of vellus hair is 2 mm, what will be it’s telogen hair depth
  • What is the total surface area of the scalp in inches
  • What is the total surface area of the scalp in centimeters
  • What is average density per inch square
  • What is the average density per centimeter square
  • At what percentage of random hair loss person still look fuller
  • At what percentage of hair loss mild thinning appear
  • What medical treatment can reverse the hair loss
  • Which part of the face has the most height
  • The lower part of the face is largest in which race
  • Which part of the face has almost same height in all races
  • What is the average height of the middle part in all the races
  • Upper part of the face is largest in which race
  • Which race has the higher hairline
  • Vertical height of the upper part is a good criteria for establishing the hight of which structure
  • Which part of the face  of the face has least height
  • Which part of the face is widest
  • Which part of the face is least wide
  • Width of the head is most in which race
  • Width of the head is least in which race
  • Width of the eye is most in which race
  • Width of the eye is least in which race
  • Width of the mandible is most in which race
  • Width of the mandible is least in which race
  • Width of the jaw is most in which race
  • Width of the jaw is least in which race
  • What is the general appearance of Afro face
  • What is the general appearance of Chinese face
  • What’s the general appearance of caucassian face
  • What’s the average height of the vertical part of the Skull
  • Dome shaped part of the skull is called
  • Vertical part of the skull ends into
  • Hairline is restored based on which two important points
  • Frontal midpoint is marked in the middle of which area
  • If eyebrow to chin height is 13 cm , what will be the hight of frontal midpoint
  • Width of the eyes play very important role in locating which point
  • Outer canthal plane lies in the middle of which zone
  • Apex of fronto temporal angle lies how many centimeter in front of pretragal vertical line
  • Hairline shape depend on the width of
  • What’s the shape of the hairline for Afro
  • What’s the shape of the hairline for Chinese
  • What’s the shape of the hairline for caucassions
  • Whats the length of Hairline semicircle
  • From profile the hairline look
  • Gradual increase in density is called
  • How wide is the single hair follicular zone
  • What’s the required angle in the hairline
  • Temporal hairline start from which land mark
  • Temporal hairline ends into
  • How many centimeter Temporal peak is higher than eyebrow
  • Temporal peaks are lost in what type of hair loss
  • Temporal hairline drop from the outer canthal plane in what kind of hair loss
  • What’s the average height of temporal peak from Frankfurt horizontal line
  • How many centimeter temporal peak is behind the vertical outer canthal line
  • What’s the desired angle for temporal hairline restoration
  • Frontal and temporal hairlines meet at which plane
  • Frontal hairline should not chase the temporal hairline below the level of which plane
  • What are the two FDA approved approved treatment for hair loss
  • What is is FDA cleared treatment for hair loss
  • Which hypertrichotic medicine is FDA approved for hair loss
  • Minoxidil open which ion channel
  • Minoxidil is a vasodilator, is vasodilator action responsible for hypertrichosis
  • How much increase percentage of hair growth happen by use of minoxidil 5% ,twice daily .
  • How much increase percentage of hair growth happen by use of minoxidil 2% in women
  • What is the percentage of facial hypertrichosis by use of 2% minoxidil in women
  • What is the mechanism of action for laser photo therapy for hair loss
  • Which two male hormone pathways are involve in hair loss
  • Type I alpha reductase are found In which tissues of the body
  • Type II Alpha reductase are found in which body tissues
  • Why the bound testosterone does not cross the blood vessels
  • What is the percentage of free testosterone in the circulation
  • Type II alpha redutase are present in which hair cells
  • Type II alpha reductase convert testosterone in to what type of male hormone
  • In which hair cells type II alpha reductase convert testosterone in to DHT
  • DHT Androgen Receptor complex enter the nucleus and act on Which part of the nucleus
  • What is the end product of DHT action
  • What is the end result of DHT action
  • What is the average duration of hair cycle
  • What’s the diameter of terminal hair
  • What’s the diameter of intermediate hair
  • What is the diameter of vellus hair
  • Finesteride is inhibitor of which enzyme
  • By inhibiting 5 alpha reductase which hair damaging product in not made
  • What is the advantage of blocking DHT formation
  • What is the side effect of Finesteride
  • What is the side effect percentage of finesteride
  • What is the dosage of finesteride
  • If the in hair loss person , there is no further decrease in hair but no increase in hair as well with finesteride . Can we call this as treatment success
  • What is good time to start Finesteride in hair loss
  • In a person with no hair loss, what percent of hair are of equal length
  • In a person with no hair loss, what percent of hair are of variable length
  • In a person without hair loss, what percent of hair has their root at 2 mm
  • In hair loss test if the telogen percentage is 20% ,what it represent
  • At what percentage of hair loss, person start looking thin