Dubai: A 19-year-old Palestinian bomb blast victim underwent a cosmetic surgery using her own stem cells to fill up a gaping hole in the calf of her right leg.The surgery was done at a Dubai hospital free of charge in the spirit of Year of Giving. Dr Mohan Rangaswamy, the chief plastic surgeon at the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Hospital (AACSH), is among one of the first to use this technique in the region.The series of surgeries, the first two of which have already been carried out at the hospital in Dubai Health Care City, will relieve the young woman of pain and improve circulation in the calf while adding fat cells to fill up the hole, said Dr Rangaswamy.Nima Freij underwent … Next »
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