Hairs aligned like soldiers, not randomly placed (Photo)

When I teach doctors how to do a hair transplant, I always discuss randomness for graft placement. The doctor generally fights his tendencies for orderliness and orderliness means alignment of the grafts in columns or rows,  not normal as you can see. When the hair grows, it will show the orderliness when you look carefully at it. Also, note the picket fence hairline, which again is not normal.  As this man already has hair, these issues may not bother him, but it bothers my aesthetic sense of things.

corner hair transplant

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