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Dr. Dua & his staff performing Strip FUT technique - Photos inclusion


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Please find the following thumbnails pictures of Strip FUT technique is being performed by Dr. Dua & his staff from AK Clinics, India.

 

Photos include of the

sutured donor area

the graft trimming process with all technicians trimming grafts under microscopes as we discussed

the grafts, close ups of the graft incisions and the recipient area after the grafts.

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Edited by drkapildua

Kapil Dua, M.B.B.S. M.S. ,FISHRS

Chairman & Chief Hair Transplant Surgeon

Dipl. American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery

Past President, Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons of India

Board of Governor, Asian Association of Hair Restoration Surgery

Board of Governor, ISHRS, USA

Dr. Kapil Dua is recommended on the Hair Transplant Network"

http://www.akclinics.org

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Hi Dr. Dua,

 

Thank you for sharing this introduction to your strip technique.

 

Quick question:

 

1) I see part of the dissection process is occurring under loop magnification and another part with microscopic magnification. What portion of the graft dissection occurs under a microscope? Is there a reason why part of the dissection process is aided by loop magnification instead of microscopic magnification?

 

Thanks. Look forward to your reply.

"Doc" Blake Bloxham - formerly "Future_HT_Doc"

 

Forum Co-Moderator and Editorial Assistant for the Hair Transplant Network, the Hair Loss Learning Center, the Hair Loss Q&A Blog, and the Hair Restoration Forum

 

All opinions are my own and my advice does not constitute as medical advice. All medical questions and concerns should be addressed by a personal physician.

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Hi Dr. Dua,

 

Thank you for sharing this introduction to your strip technique.

 

Quick question:

 

1) I see part of the dissection process is occurring under loop magnification and another part with microscopic magnification. What portion of the graft dissection occurs under a microscope? Is there a reason why part of the dissection process is aided by loop magnification instead of microscopic magnification?

 

Thanks. Look forward to your reply.

 

Thanks Blake for the reply,

 

We use microscopic dissection(mantis) for doing the slivering part because this is the most important part of dissection. If the slivers are made properly under higher magnification, then we can easily do dissection under less magnification as well. (most of our sugeries are FUE, therefore our purposes are solved with this type of set up only.)

 

Dr Kapil Dua

AK Clinics

Kapil Dua, M.B.B.S. M.S. ,FISHRS

Chairman & Chief Hair Transplant Surgeon

Dipl. American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery

Past President, Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons of India

Board of Governor, Asian Association of Hair Restoration Surgery

Board of Governor, ISHRS, USA

Dr. Kapil Dua is recommended on the Hair Transplant Network"

http://www.akclinics.org

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