Recipient site necrosis (photos)
This is a terrible complication of a hair transplant. Considering my clinic has performed over 16,000 surgeries in 30 years and never saw this complication, what did the surgical team do wrong. Maybe it was caused by too much epinephrine in the anesthetic or tumesence, too large a tool for site making, other causes?
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