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INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9DW 
April 12, 2018 
Bhawri Devi, 41, travels home on a train after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital... 
JALORE, India 
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages 
Bhawri Devi, 41, travels home on a train after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, in Jalore, India, April 7, 2018. "I was thinking that I had cancer in my brain. I had all kinds of thoughts. I went to the government district hospital, but there was no ENT surgeon. When I went to a private hospital they asked me for 50,000 rupees ($766). I didn't even have 5,000 rupees," said Devi. "I heard about this train a month back. It took me about 12 hours to reach the hospital from my village... I am glad that I will be able to hear my grandchildren's voice... I won't go deaf." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9DR 
April 12, 2018 
Doctors perform middle ear surgery inside an operating theatre on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built... 
JALORE, India 
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages 
Doctors perform middle ear surgery inside an operating theatre on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, at a railway station in Jalore, India, April 5, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9CX 
April 12, 2018 
Patients rest inside a recovery room after their middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital... 
JALORE, India 
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages 
Patients rest inside a recovery room after their middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, at a railway station in Jalore, India, April 5, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9CF 
April 12, 2018 
Bhawri Devi, 41, rests on the floor of her house after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express,... 
JALORE, India 
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages 
Bhawri Devi, 41, rests on the floor of her house after her middle ear surgery on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, in Jalore, India, April 7, 2018. "I was thinking that I had cancer in my brain. I had all kinds of thoughts. I went to the government district hospital, but there was no ENT surgeon. When I went to a private hospital they asked me for 50,000 rupees ($766). I didn't even have 5,000 rupees," said Devi. "I heard about this train a month back. It took me about 12 hours to reach the hospital from my village... I am glad that I will be able to hear my grandchildren's voice... I won't go deaf." REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9BW 
April 12, 2018 
Doctors perform middle ear surgery inside an operating theatre on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built... 
JALORE, India 
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages 
Doctors perform middle ear surgery inside an operating theatre on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, at a railway station in Jalore, India, April 5, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
INDIA-HEALTHCARE/TRAIN
RTX5N9BB 
April 12, 2018 
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH A doctor performs middle ear surgery... 
JALORE, India 
The Wider Image: Hospital on wheels brings hope to Indian villages 
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH A doctor performs middle ear surgery inside an operating theatre on the Lifeline Express, a hospital built inside a seven-coach train, at a railway station in Jalore, India, April 6, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui SEARCH "LIFELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
SPAIN/
RTR21ALN 
August 17, 2008 
British matador Frank Evans shows off the bull's ears after killing it during a bullfight in Villanueva... 
VILLANUEVA DE LA CONCEPCION, Spain 
British matador Evans shows off the bull's ears during a bullfight near Malaga 
British matador Frank Evans shows off the bull's ears after killing it during a bullfight in Villanueva de la Concepcion, near the southern town of Malaga, August 17, 2008. Evans, known on the circuit as "El Ingles" (The Englishman) quit bullfighting in 2005, but has come out of retirement at the age of 65 after enduring quadruple by-pass surgery and having a knee replaced. Evans moved to Spain in 1967 to learn about bullfighting and became a full bullfighter in 1991. Evans is currently Spain's only English matador.REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTX7IIP 
July 01, 2008 
Senior surgeon Professor Stephen O'Leary poses with the surgery simulator he helped develop at the Victorian... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Senior surgeon Professor O'Leary poses with surgery simulator he helped develop in Melbourne 
Senior surgeon Professor Stephen O'Leary poses with the surgery simulator he helped develop at the Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne July 1, 2008. The virtual reality surgery simulator which incorporates a world first three-dimensional microscope, invented by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and Melbourne University, allows medical students to practice ear operations. The simulator lets students "feel" bone and flesh under their virtual drill while using force-feedback pens. The first of the A$55,000 (US$52 700) machines was recently sold to a Chinese university. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA/
RTX7IIO 
July 01, 2008 
Senior surgeon Professor Stephen O'Leary poses with the surgery simulator he helped develop at the Victorian... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Senior surgeon Professor O'Leary poses with surgery simulator he helped develop in Melbourne 
Senior surgeon Professor Stephen O'Leary poses with the surgery simulator he helped develop at the Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne July 1, 2008. The virtual reality surgery simulator which incorporates a world first three-dimensional microscope, invented by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and Melbourne University, allows medical students to practice ear operations. The simulator lets students "feel" bone and flesh under their virtual drill while using force-feedback pens. The first of the A$55,000 (US$52 700) machines was recently sold to a Chinese university. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA) 
USA/
RTR1MXHA 
February 28, 2007 
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment, February 14, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself... 
Brooklyn, USA 
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment 
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment, February 14, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES) 
GIRAFFES
RTXNUL3 
October 05, 2005 
Jafari, one of two Rothchild's giraffes at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, is seen before... 
Washington, USA 
Jafari, one of two Rothchild's giraffes at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, is seen bef..... 
Jafari, one of two Rothchild's giraffes at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, is seen before undergoing an operation October 5, 2005, to remove a cancerous tumor from his head. The tumor can be seen in this photo, taken prior to the surgery, above his left ear. National Zoo veterinarians say the operation went well but that the giraffe's prognosis remains poor to guarded.
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EVANS
RTXNG0C 
May 02, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 01MAY05- Frank Evans, currently Spain's only English matador, gestures to spectators after... 
Benalmadena, Spain 
-PHOTO TAKEN 01MAY05- Frank Evans, currently Spain's only English matador, gestures to spectators af..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 01MAY05- Frank Evans, currently Spain's only English matador, gestures to spectators after receiving two bull's ears following a fight in the southern Spanish town of Benalmadena May 1, 2005. Evans moved to Spain in 1967 to learn about bullfighting and became a full bullfighter in 1991. Evans, known on the circuit as "El Ingles", is considering retirement after knee replacement surgery. Picture taken May 1, 2005. 
SPAIN
RTRU3G9 
May 01, 2005 
Frank Evans, currently Spain's only English matador, gestures to spectators following a fight in the... 
Benalmadena, Spain 
Frank Evans, currently Spain's only English matador, gestures to spectators following a fight in the... 
Frank Evans, currently Spain's only English matador, gestures to spectators following a fight in the southern Spanish town of Benalmadena. Frank Evans, currently Spain's only English matador, gestures to spectators after receiving two bull's ears following a fight in the southern Spanish town of Benalmadena May 1, 2005. Evans moved to Spain in 1967 to learn about bullfighting and became a full bullfighter in 1991. Evans, known on the circuit as "El Ingles", is considering retirement after knee replacement surgery. Picture taken May 1, 2005. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante 
LIFE ACCUPUNCTURE
RTRELPH 
October 28, 2004 
Barbara Leivent, a patient of Ping Zhang, a licensed acupuncturist, rests with acupuncture needles on... 
Port Washington, UNITED STATES 
Babrbara Leivent rests during accupuncture face lift in Port Washington, New York. 
Barbara Leivent, a patient of Ping Zhang, a licensed acupuncturist, rests with acupuncture needles on her face during a face lift treatment at Zhang's office in Port Washington, New York October 28, 2004. Chinese Acupuncture Face Lift is based on the traditional Chinese medicine healing theory that the face is the place where the essence of "yin" organs and energy of "yang" organs merge together via energy channels called "meridians." The face is the only place where all 14 different meridians either end or start from. The acupuncture face lift works by inserting fine needles on the point from different meridians on the body, face, ear, scalp and local problem areas according to each individual's condition of imbalances. HALTH REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton SS 
YU
RTXMT5X 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan looks at his ear after a bandage was removed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's... 
Shanghai, China 
Yu Zhenhuan looks at his ear after a bandage was removed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is Chi..... 
Yu Zhenhuan looks at his ear after a bandage was removed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders, a pair of Mexican brothers, have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". 
YU
RTXMT5W 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan answers a question after his ear surgery in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's... 
Shanghai, China 
Yu Zhenhuan answers a question after his ear surgery in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's..... 
Yu Zhenhuan answers a question after his ear surgery in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders, a pair of Mexican brothers, have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". 
YU
RTXMT5V 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan shows his music CD collection beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who... 
Shanghai, China 
Yu Zhenhuan shows his music CD collection beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, w..... 
Yu Zhenhuan shows his music CD collection beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders, a pair of Mexican brothers, have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". 
YU
RTXMT5U 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has... 
Shanghai, China 
Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, ..... 
Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders, a pair of Mexican brothers, have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". 
YU
RTXMT5T 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan sits on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has... 
Shanghai, China 
Yu Zhenhuan sits on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, h..... 
Yu Zhenhuan sits on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders, a pair of Mexican brothers, have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8TVC 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan feels his head after a bandage for ear surgery was removed at a hospital in Shanghai in this... 
Shanghai, China 
To accompany feature Life-China-Hairboy. 
Yu Zhenhuan feels his head after a bandage for ear surgery was removed at a hospital in Shanghai in this picture taken August 13, 2004. He is an aspiring rock star, but Yu Zhenhuan's claim to fame for now is that he is the hairiest man in all of China. Hair covers 96 percent of Yu's body. He may be surpassed only by a pair of Mexican brothers listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as having 98 percent hair cover. The 26-year-old Yu is candid and unembarrassed about a condition that has made him a phenomenon in China since he was born. Picture taken August 13, 2004. TO GO WITH FEATURE STORY LIFE-CHINA-HAIRBOY REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/SH 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8TMC 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan waits for an interview beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's... 
Shanghai, China 
To match feature Life-China-Hairboy. 
Yu Zhenhuan waits for an interview beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent hair cover. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. The hirsute 26-year-old Yu, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J90 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan looks at his ear after a bandage was removed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's... 
Shanghai, China 
China's hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan looks at his ear after a bandage was removed in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan looks at his ear after a bandage was removed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J8R 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan answers a question after his ear surgery in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's... 
Shanghai, China 
China's hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan answers a question in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan answers a question after his ear surgery in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J8L 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan shows his music CD collection beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who... 
Shanghai, China 
China's hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan shows his music CD collection in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan shows his music CD collection beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J8D 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan plays a board game with fellow patient in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest... 
Shanghai, China 
China's hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan plays a board game with fellow patient in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan plays a board game with fellow patient in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J2A 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has... 
Shanghai, China 
China's hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J1T 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has... 
Shanghai, China 
China's hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan rests on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J12 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan waits for an interview beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's... 
Shanghai, China 
China's cairiest man waits for an interview beside his hospital bed in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan waits for an interview beside his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
LIFE CHINA HAIRBOY
RTR8J0O 
August 13, 2004 
Yu Zhenhuan sits on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has... 
Shanghai, China 
China's hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan sits on his hospital bed in Shanghai. 
Yu Zhenhuan sits on his hospital bed in Shanghai August 13, 2004. Yu, who is China's hairiest man, has 96 percent of his body covered with hair. The current Guinness record holders - a pair of Mexican brothers - have a record of 98 percent. Yu underwent ear surgery in Shanghai last week to remove hair that caused him to lose part of his hearing. Yu, 26, who uses the name "woolboy" for his email, has hair all over his body, save the palms of his hands and the soles of his feet. He has an average of 41 hairs per 1 sq cm (.16 sq inch), a condition doctors term "atavism". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV ODLY CC/TW 
IRAQ
RTXMNYY 
June 11, 2004 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Doctors perform plastic surgery on the ears of former Iraqi army deserter Nofal... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Doctors perform plastic surgery on the ears of former Iraqi army deserter No..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Doctors perform plastic surgery on the ears of former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud in a Baghdad hospital operating room June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. 
IRAQ
RTXMNYX 
June 11, 2004 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud is prepared in a Baghdad hospital operating... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud is prepared in a Baghdad hospital op..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud is prepared in a Baghdad hospital operating room to have plastic surgery performed on his ears June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. 
IRAQ
RTXMNYW 
June 11, 2004 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud lies in a Baghdad hospital after having... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud lies in a Baghdad hospital after hav..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN04 - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud lies in a Baghdad hospital after having plastic surgery performed on his ears June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. 
IRAQ EARS
RTR3Y8K 
June 07, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Doctors perform plastic surgery on the ears of former Iraqi army deserter... 
Baghdad 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS. 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Doctors perform plastic surgery on the ears of former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud in a Baghdad hospital operating room in this picture taken June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/JV 
IRAQ EARS
RTR3Y8C 
June 07, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud walks through a Baghdad hospital... 
Baghdad 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS. 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud walks through a Baghdad hospital after plastic surgery was performed on his ears in this picture taken June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/JV 
IRAQ EARS
RTR3Y82 
June 07, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud is prepared in a Baghdad hospital... 
Baghdad 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS. 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud is prepared in a Baghdad hospital operating room to have plastic surgery performed on his ears in this picture taken June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/JV 
IRAQ EARS
RTR3Y7W 
June 07, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud walks through a Baghdad hospital... 
Baghdad 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS. 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud walks through a Baghdad hospital after plastic surgery was performed on his ears in this picture taken June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/JV 
IRAQ EARS
RTR3Y7Q 
June 07, 2004 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud arrives in a Baghdad hospital operating... 
Baghdad 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS. 
TO MATCH FEATURE IRAQ EARS - Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud arrives in a Baghdad hospital operating theatre to have plastic surgery performed on his ears in this picture taken June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/JV 
BAGHDAD
RTR3VET 
June 07, 2004 
Doctors perform plastic surgery on the ears of former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud in a Baghdad hospital... 
Baghdad 
DOCTORS PERFORM PLASTIC SURGERY ON THE EARS OF FORMER IRAQI DESERTER IN BAGHDAD. 
Doctors perform plastic surgery on the ears of former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud in a Baghdad hospital operating room June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. TO MOVE WITH FEATURE STORY BC-IRAQ-EARS REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/ 
BAGHDAD
RTR3VEL 
June 07, 2004 
Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud is prepared in a Baghdad hospital operating room to have plastic... 
Baghdad 
FORMER IRAQI DESERTER IS PREPARED FOR HOSPITAL PLASTIC SURGERY OPERATION ON HIS EARS. 
Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud is prepared in a Baghdad hospital operating room to have plastic surgery performed on his ears June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. TO MOVE WITH FEATURE STORY BC-IRAQ-EARS REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/ 
BAGHDAD
RTR3VEC 
June 07, 2004 
Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud lies in a Baghdad hospital after having plastic surgery performed... 
Baghdad 
FORMER IRAQI DESERTER LIES IN HOSPITAL AFTER PLASTIC SURGERY OPERATION ON HIS EARS. 
Former Iraqi army deserter Nofal Dawoud lies in a Baghdad hospital after having plastic surgery performed on his ears June 7, 2004. An estimated 3,500 Iraqi soldiers had the whole or part of their ears cut off following Saddam's 1994 edict, an effort at using fear to clamp down on increasing army desertion. TO MOVE WITH FEATURE STORY BC-IRAQ-EARS REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra CLH/ 
PEOPLE DANGERIFELD
RTRLIMQ 
April 08, 2003 
Comedian and actor Rodney Dangerfield is shown in this November 19,
2002 file photograph. Dangerfield... 
Los Angeles, United States of America 
RODNEY DANGERFIELD HAS BRAIN SURGERY FILE PHOTOGRAPH. 
Comedian and actor Rodney Dangerfield is shown in this November 19,
2002 file photograph. Dangerfield underwent brain bypass surgery April
8, 2003 at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to his
publicist Kevin Sasaki. The surgery, an extracranial-intracranial brain
bypass, is when the superficial temporal artery near the ear is
inserted into the middle cerebral artery of his brain. This operation
was done to lessen the risk of heart valve replacement surgery, which
Dangerfield needs to undergo in about two or three weeks. REUTERS/Fred
Prouser/Files

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GERMANY
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April 13, 2000 
Dr. Juergen Bier (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital, which... 
Berlin, Germany 
Dr. Juergen Bier (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital, which..... 
Dr. Juergen Bier (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital, which leads the operation stands next to Mandy Porth (R), who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago in Berlin while they pose for the media April 13. It was the first time ever a robot was to assist in such an operation. The robot was used to drill into the girl's skull for the operation. Porth,14, was born with a deformed left ear. 
GERMANY
RTXJQDZ 
April 13, 2000 
Mandy Porth, who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago... 
Berlin, Germany 
Mandy Porth, who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ..... 
Mandy Porth, who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago in Berlin poses for the media with a model of the artificial ear April 13 at Berlin's Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital. It was the first time ever a robot was to assist in such an operation. The robot was used to drill into the girl's skull for the operation. Porth,14, was born with a deformed left ear. 
GERMANY
RTXJQDY 
April 13, 2000 
Dr. Martin Klein (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital stands... 
Berlin, Germany 
Dr. Martin Klein (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital stands..... 
Dr. Martin Klein (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital stands next to Mandy Porth (R), who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago in Berlin. Klein holds a model of the artificial ear April 13 as he poses for the media. It was the first time ever a robot was to assist in such an operation. The robot drilled in the girl's skull for the operation. Porth, 14, was born with a deformed left ear. 
GERAMANY HEALTH
RTR33XM 
April 13, 2000 
Dr. Juergen Bier (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital, which... 
Berlin, Germany 
DOCTOR JUERGEN BIER POSES WITH MANDY PORTH AT AN MEDIAL ROBOT SYSTEM IN BERLIN. 
Dr. Juergen Bier (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital, which leads the operation stands next to Mandy Porth (R), who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago in Berlin while they pose for the media April 13. It was the first time ever a robot was to assist in such an operation. The robot was used to drill into the girl's skull for the operation. Porth,14, was born with a deformed left ear.

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GERAMANY HEALTH
RTR33XH 
April 13, 2000 
Mandy Porth, who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago... 
Berlin, Germany 
MANDY PORTH POSES WITH AN ARTIFICIAL EAR IN BERLIN. 
Mandy Porth, who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago in Berlin poses for the media with a model of the artificial ear April 13 at Berlin's Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital. It was the first time ever a robot was to assist in such an operation. The robot was used to drill into the girl's skull for the operation. Porth,14, was born with a deformed left ear.

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GERAMANY HEALTH
RTR33XA 
April 13, 2000 
Dr. Martin Klein (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital stands... 
Berlin, Germany 
MARTIN KLEIN DISPLAYS TO MANDY PORTH AN ARTIFICIAL EAR IN BERLIN. 
Dr. Martin Klein (L) of the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Virchow-Hospital stands next to Mandy Porth (R), who received an artificial ear in a pioneering operation assisted by a robot two weeks ago in Berlin. Klein holds a model of the artificial ear April 13 as he poses for the media. It was the first time ever a robot was to assist in such an operation. The robot drilled in the girl's skull for the operation. Porth, 14, was born with a deformed left ear.

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