How are Recipient Sites Programmed into the ARTAS Robot?December 18th, 2015
Q: How are specifications for making recipient sites inputted into the ARTAS® robot? — A.F., Queens, NY
A: At the outset of the procedure, the physician sits at a computer terminal that is connected to the ARTAS Robot and enters the specifications directly into the robot’s software. Variables programmed in this manner include: the number of recipient sites, density of sites, angle that the hair will extrude from the skin, depth of recipient sites, and the minimum distance away from existing hair follicles that a site can be created.
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Topic: Robotic FUE
Tags: ARTAS Hair Transplant, ARTAS Robot for FUE, ARTAS Robot Recipient Site Creation, Recipient Site Creation, Robotic FUE, Robotic Hair Transplant, Robotic Hair Transplantation, Robotic Recipient Site Creation Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on December 18th, 2015 at 9:00 am
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