lateral alley

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lateral alley


Definition A term of art for an alopecic “gutter” which may develop in men on both sides of centrally transplanted hair up to years after hair replacement surgery, if the procedure was performed before the superior fringe of the hair line finished receding. 

Synonym Bald lateral alley 

References Buchwach KA, Konior RJ, Contemporary Hair Transplant Surgery, Thieme, 1997
Stough, Haber, Hair Replacement, Mosby, 1996, p36

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