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Figure 9: (a) Case of scarring alopecia (lichen planopilaris) with patches involving vertex, temporal, parietal areas. (b) Case of scarring alopecia (lichen planopilaris) with patches involving vertex, occipital areas. (note extensive involvement in safe donor area zone). (c) Harvesting from beard area (lack of adequate scalp donor hair) using KD's spreader for traction. (d) Two years post-transplant grafts from beard as well as scalp at 18 sq. cm2 density blend to provide adequate coverage and satisfactory cosmetic result. (total 900 folllicular units; 550 from scalp and 350 from beard approximately)

Figure 9: (a) Case of scarring alopecia (lichen planopilaris) with patches involving vertex, temporal, parietal areas. (b) Case of scarring alopecia (lichen planopilaris) with patches involving vertex, occipital areas. (note extensive involvement in safe donor area zone). (c) Harvesting from beard area (lack of adequate scalp donor hair) using KD's spreader for traction. (d) Two years post-transplant grafts from beard as well as scalp at 18 sq. cm<sup>2</sup> density blend to provide adequate coverage and satisfactory cosmetic result. (total 900 folllicular units; 550 from scalp and 350 from beard approximately)