Estudios médicos en materia capilar

IMD, Investigación dermatológica y capilar

En IMD llevamos muchos años estudiando las principales causas de los problemas capilares más comunes y sus posibles soluciones.

Instituto Médico Dermatológico colabora estrechamente con prestigiosos Dermatólogos, y elabora junto a ellos importantes estudios e informes científicos con el fin de probar la eficacia de las últimas técnicas de regeneración y cuidado capilar.

Aquí te mostramos algunos de los últimos estudios llevados a cabo por nuestro equipo.

Tratamiento de la Alopecia Frontal Fibrosante. RECURSOS ESTÉTICOS

En este estudio se plantéa una solución estética eficaz para paliar los efectos psicológicos y estéticos adversos de la Alopecia Frontal Fibrosante.

Cuidados del cabello en pacientes en tratamiento con quimioterapia

Consejos para el cuidado del cabello para antes, durante y después del tratamiento con quimioterapia.

Estudio sobre la alopecia frontal fibrosante en mujeres

Estudio realizado en 60 mujeres, con comentario y conclusión a cargo de la prestigiosa doctora Aurora Guerra-Tapia

Relación entre la alopecia de patrón femenino y el síndrome del ovario poliquístico

Estudio realizado en 70 mujeres, con comentario y conclusión a cargo de la prestigiosa doctora Aurora Guerra-Tapia

Protocolo ESTUDIO NABAL IMD sobre alopecia Androgenética

El objeto del estudio Nabal de IMD es evaluar la eficacia clínica del Low Level Narrow Band IMD en el tratamiento de la alopecia androgenética.

Tratamiento de la Alopecia Androgenética con Láser de Baja potencia (LLLT)

Estudio realizado con el láser IMD, low level narrow band, diodo helio neón, de 655nm. Resultados preliminares en 51 pacientes.

Alopecia Areata: Estudio y eficacia de Láser capilar 904Nm y 655Nm

El objeto de este estudio es evaluar la eficacia clínica del uso del Láser capilar 904Nm y 655Nm en el tratamiento de la alopecia Areata y Androgenética

Alopecia femenina y sistemas de integración capilar: Repercusión Psicológica

Estudio que analiza la repercusión psicológica que produce los diferentes grados de alopecia en la mujer.

Referencias bibliográficas de nuestros estudios sobre problemas capilares y sus tratamientos

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