I have been told that the case has been submitted for publication in the Journal Nature medicine and if accepted will be published next month.
This first pic shows the new instrumentation that allows many FUs to be extracted and placed in one go by an automated machine which greatly speeds up the process. implanters are directed at the patient from a distance of two meters which ensures a random distribution in the recipient area.
99% of grafts are viable but occasionally a needle may be placed too deeply which can infringe tissue in the mid brain. A common but too often unreported problem with FUE.
This particular patient was a type IX as shown in this before picture.
After two months and 20000 fue (2000 scalp 12,000 BHT 4000 person to person and 2000 hair of the dog.)