Antti Merikivi

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Rhinoplasty. Loss of nose due to an injury, replaced with a finger in 1880. Surgery by Dr. E. Hart, photo by OG Mason, both of Bellevue Hospital, NY.

Rhinoplasty: Loss of nose due to an injury and replacement by a finger in Surgery by Dr. Hart and photo by OG Mason, both of Bellevue Hospital, NY.

"Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva is a disease where the body’s repair mechanism is completely broken, and starts “healing” the fibrous tissue (muscles, tendons and ligaments) by turning them into bone. Your whole body is slowly being petrified. There’s no known treatment for the 450 sufferers worldwide, and in one famous case a sufferer survived up to the age 40, at which point his entire body, except his lips and transformed into bone, leaving him completely immobile."

"Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva is a disease where the body’s repair mechanism is completely broken, and starts “healing” the fibrous tissue (muscles, tendons and ligaments) by turning them into bone. Your whole body is slowly being petrified.

The history and evolution of Breast Implants by Dr. Vitenas

Breast augmentation is the most common type of cosmetic plastic procedure in the world. Luckily, the implants that are available now are much durable and saf.

Richard Lee Norris, a 37-year-old man from Virginia who lost a large portion of his face in a 1997 gun accident, received the most comprehensive face transplant to date, including both jaws, teeth and tongue.

Richard Norris is seen before (L) and after (R) his face transplant surgery in this combination of undated handout photos released by the University of Maryland Medical Center. REUTERS/University of Maryland Medical Center/Handout

Connie Culp: her life after face transplant. US first face transplant.  Article by: Kathryn R. Bown    Connie Culp was the first person to receive a face transplant in the U.S in 2008, after her top lip, nose, roof of her mouth, one eye and both cheeks were destroyed by then husband Tom Culp, who brutally shot her in the face after flying into a rage.

Connie Culp was the first person to receive a face transplant in the U.S in after her top lip, nose, roof of her mouth, one eye and both cheeks were destroyed by then husband Tom Culp, who brutally shot her in the face after flying into a rage.

The process of reconstructing a face. Work of Dr. Henry Gillies, founder of modern plastic surgery.

The process of reconstructing a face. Henry Gillies, founder of modern plastic surgery. The tube of flesh keeps blood supplied to the affected area allowing healing.