Necrosis after a hair transplant is a complication that causes death of the scalp tissue resulting in scar tissue with no hair. The area varies in size, sometimes affecting the whole scalp. When it occurs, it`s usually in the recipient area.
Several factors can attribute to Necrosis.
2. Dense packing resulting in restricted blood supply
3. Poor surgical skill
4. Damage to blood vessels
Male patient showing early signs of necrosis
Female patient suffering necrosis after FUE hair transplant