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FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EP8
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, (seen on screen before the surgery) a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOS
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez poses for photographs at a news conference to announce successful face transplant...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center poses for photographs at a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOQ
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez poses for photographs at a news conference to announce successful face transplant...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center poses for photographs at a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOO
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EON
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, (seen on screen) a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EOK
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, (seen on screen before and after transplant) a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7ENU
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. Image projected on screen shows Hardison, from left to right, before the accident, after the accident, and after the transplant. REUTERS/Mike Segar
FACE TRANSPLANT-NEWYORK/
RTS7EN4
November 16, 2015
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez holds news conference to announce successful face transplant operation at NYU...
Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez, the Helen L. Kimmel Professor of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center holds a news conference to announce the successful completion of the most extensive face transplant to date in the Manhattan borough of New York City, November 16, 2015. Dr. Rodriguez led the surgical team on 41-year-old Patrick Hardison, a firefighter from Senatobia, Misissippi who's face was badly burned in 2001. More than 100 doctors and support staff took part in the 26-hour operation, conducted in August 2015 at the NYU Langone Medical Center. REUTERS/Mike Segar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA-DOLLS/
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August 25, 2014
A plastic bag covers the face of a doll that has been brought for repair at Sydney's Doll Hospital for...
Sydney, Australia
A plastic bag covers the face of a doll that has been brought for repair at Sydney's Doll Hospital for...
A plastic bag covers the face of a doll that has been brought for repair at Sydney's Doll Hospital for repair, June 28, 2014. Opened in 1913, Sydney's Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney's south, "doll surgeons" transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes decades ago. Picture taken June 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - SOCIETY)

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New Nose Grown on Man's Forehead - 26 Sep 2013
1 PICTURES
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Face Transplants - 31 Jul 2013
23 PICTURES
USA/
RTXZ6EN
May 01, 2013
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, holds her mother's photo during a news...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, holds her mother's photo during a news...
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, holds her mother's photo during a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXZ6EK
May 01, 2013
Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton speaks at a news conference at Brigham and Women's...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Face transplant recipient Carmen Tarleton speaks at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital...
Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton speaks at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXZ6EI
May 01, 2013
Marinda Righter (C), daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, embraces face transplant recipient...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, embraces recipient Carmen Tarleton during...
Marinda Righter (C), daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, embraces face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton during a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. At left is surgeon Dr. Bohdan Pomahac. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXZ6E7
May 01, 2013
Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton (R) listens to her surgeon Dr. Bohdan Pomahac speak...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Face transplant recipient Carmen Tarleton listens to her surgeon Dr. Pomahac speak during a news conference...
Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton (R) listens to her surgeon Dr. Bohdan Pomahac speak during a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXZ6E1
May 01, 2013
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, holds her mother's photo during a news...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, holds her mother's photo during a news...
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, holds her mother's photo during a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXZ6DS
May 01, 2013
A screen shows a photo of face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton (R) before her operation,...
Boston, UNITED STATES
A screen shows a photo of face transplant recipient Carmen Tarleton as she speaks at a news conference...
A screen shows a photo of face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton (R) before her operation, as she speaks at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. Seated next to her is her surgeon Dr. Bohdan Pomahac. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXZ6DM
May 01, 2013
Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton speaks at a news conference at Brigham and Women's...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Face transplant recipient Carmen Tarleton speaks at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital...
Face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton speaks at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTXZ6DE
May 01, 2013
Marinda Righter (L), daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, kisses face transplant recipient...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Marinda Righter, daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, kisses face transplant recipient Carmen...
Marinda Righter (L), daughter of face donor Cheryl Denelli-Righter, kisses face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton during a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 1, 2013. Tarleton, who was attacked by her estranged husband and doused with lye in June 2007, underwent the transplant in February. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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Health
First Full Face Transplant Patient in the U.S. - 02 Apr 2013
7 PICTURES
Health
Health
First Full Face Transplant in U.S. - 09 May 2011
13 PICTURES
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6TT
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. More than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the nose, lips, facial skin, muscles of facial animation and nerves of Wiens, disfigured in an electrical accident in 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH HEADSHOT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6TS
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens (C), the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters as Dr. Bohdan...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Dallas Wiens (C), the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters as Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, plastic surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital, looks on at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, plastic surgeon at Brigham and Women's (L); and Dr. Jeffrey Janis, from Parkland, Texas. More than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the nose, lips, facial skin, muscles of facial animation and nerves of Wiens, disfigured in an electrical accident in 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6TN
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, is helped by Dr. Jeffrey Janis (R),...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, is helped by Dr. Jeffrey Janis,...
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, is helped by Dr. Jeffrey Janis (R), from Parkland, Texas, as they arrive for a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. More than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the nose, lips, facial skin, muscles of facial animation and nerves of Wiens, disfigured in an electrical accident in 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6TL
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6TK
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. More than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the nose, lips, facial skin, muscles of facial animation and nerves of Wiens, disfigured in an electrical accident in 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6TJ
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, is helped by Dr. Bohdan Pomahac...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, is helped by Dr. Bohdan Pomahac,...
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, is helped by Dr. Bohdan Pomahac (L), plastic surgeon at Brigham and Women's, and Dr. Jeffrey Janis (R), from Parkland, Texas, after a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6TA
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens (2nd R), the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Dallas Wiens (2nd R), the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. With Wiens are Dr. Elof Eriksson (L), Chief of Plastic Surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital; Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, plastic surgeon at Brigham and Women's (2nd L); and Dr. Jeffrey Janis, from Parkland, Texas. More than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the nose, lips, facial skin, muscles of facial animation and nerves of Wiens, disfigured in an electrical accident in 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6T8
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. More than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the nose, lips, facial skin, muscles of facial animation and nerves of Wiens, disfigured in an electrical accident in 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH HEADSHOT)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/
RTR2M6T6
May 09, 2011
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference...
Dallas Wiens, the United States' first full face transplant patient, speaks to reporters at a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts May 9, 2011. More than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the nose, lips, facial skin, muscles of facial animation and nerves of Wiens, disfigured in an electrical accident in 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEADSHOT HEALTH)
Society
Society
World's First Full Face Transplant - 26 Jul 2010
20 PICTURES
SPAIN/
RTR2GQUR
July 25, 2010
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Barcelona, Spain
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital in Barcelona July 26, 2010. Oscar, who underwent the transplant in April by a 30-member medical team led by Spanish doctor Juan Barret, accidentally shot himself in the face five years ago. REUTERS/Marti Fradera (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH ODDLY)
SPAIN/
RTR2GQUQ
July 25, 2010
Oscar, the world first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Barcelona, Spain
Oscar, the world first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Oscar, the world first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital in Barcelona July 26, 2010. Oscar, who underwent the transplant in April by a 30-member medical team led by Spanish doctor Juan Barret, accidentally shot himself in the face five years ago. REUTERS/Marti Fradera (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH ODDLY)
SPAIN/
RTR2GQUP
July 25, 2010
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Barcelona, Spain
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital in Barcelona July 26, 2010. Oscar, who underwent the transplant in April by a 30-member medical team led by Spanish doctor Juan Barret, accidentally shot himself in the face five years ago. REUTERS/Marti Fradera (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH ODDLY)
SPAIN/
RTR2GQUO
July 25, 2010
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Barcelona, Spain
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron...
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, speaks during a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital in Barcelona July 26, 2010. Oscar, who underwent the transplant in April by a 30-member medical team led by Spanish doctor Juan Barret, accidentally shot himself in the face five years ago. REUTERS/Marti Fradera (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH ODDLY)
SPAIN/
RTR2GQUJ
July 25, 2010
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, poses for the photographers as he attends a news...
Barcelona, Spain
Oscar, the world'sfirst full-face transplant patient, poses for the photographers as he attends a news...
Oscar, the world's first full-face transplant patient, poses for the photographers as he attends a news conference at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital in Barcelona July 26, 2010. Oscar, who underwent the transplant in April by a 30-member medical team led by Spanish doctor Juan Barret, accidentally shot himself in the face five years ago. REUTERS/Marti Fradera (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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Man Receives Face Transplant - 04 May 2010
7 PICTURES
SPAIN/
RTR2DG1B
May 04, 2010
Face transplant recipient Rafael poses with surgeon Tomas Gomez during a news conference at Virgen del...
Sevilla, Spain
Face transplant recipient Rafael poses with surgeon Tomas Gomez during a news conference at Virgen del...
Face transplant recipient Rafael poses with surgeon Tomas Gomez during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville May 4, 2010. Rafael, who received the lower face transplant at the hospital in January, suffered from neurofibromatosis, a genetically-inherited disorder which caused facial tumours. Rafael's operation is the second time the procedure has been performed in Spain. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH ODDLY)
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May 04, 2010
Face transplant recipient Rafael poses during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville...
Sevilla, Spain
Face transplant recipient Rafael poses during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville...
Face transplant recipient Rafael poses during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville May 4, 2010. Rafael, who received the lower face transplant at the hospital in January, suffered from neurofibromatosis, a genetically-inherited disorder which caused facial tumours. Rafael's operation is the second time the procedure has been performed in Spain. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH ODDLY)
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May 04, 2010
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio...
Sevilla, Spain
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio...
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville May 4, 2010. Rafael, who received the lower face transplant at the hospital in January, suffered from neurofibromatosis, a genetically-inherited disorder which caused facial tumours. Rafael's operation is the second time the procedure has been performed in Spain. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTR2DG10
May 04, 2010
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces a nurse during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital...
Sevilla, Spain
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces a nurse during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital...
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces a nurse during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville May 4, 2010. Rafael, who received the lower face transplant at the hospital in January, suffered from neurofibromatosis, a genetically-inherited disorder which caused facial tumours. Rafael's operation is the second time the procedure has been performed in Spain. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN)



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May 04, 2010
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio...
Sevilla, Spain
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio...
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville May 4, 2010. Rafael, who received the lower face transplant at the hospital in January, suffered from neurofibromatosis, a genetically-inherited disorder which caused facial tumours. Rafael's operation is the second time the procedure has been performed in Spain. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN)



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SPAIN/
RTR2DG0I
May 04, 2010
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces a nurse during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital...
Sevilla, Spain
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces a nurse during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital...
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces a nurse during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville May 4, 2010. Rafael, who received the lower face transplant at the hospital in January, suffered from neurofibromatosis, a genetically-inherited disorder which caused facial tumours. Rafael's operation is the second time the procedure has been performed in Spain. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN)



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SPAIN/
RTR2DG0E
May 04, 2010
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio...
Sevilla, Spain
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio...
Face transplant recipient Rafael embraces his mother Juana during a news conference at Virgen del Rocio hospital in Seville May 4, 2010. Rafael, who received the lower face transplant at the hospital in January, suffered from neurofibromatosis, a genetically-inherited disorder which caused facial tumours. Rafael's operation is the second time the procedure has been performed in Spain. REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN)



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First Near-total Face Transplant in U.S. - 06 May 2009
5 PICTURES
RTR297OR
December 18, 2008
FACE-TRANSPLANT/USA - Diagram explaining face transplant procedure used in the first such operation in...
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FACE-TRANSPLANT/USA - Diagram explaining face transplant procedure used in the first such operation in the U.S.. RNGS. (SIN04)
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RTR22O40
December 17, 2008
Francis Papay (R), chair of dermatology and plastic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, speaks to the media...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Papay, chair of dermatology and plastic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, speaks to the media in Cleveland...
Francis Papay (R), chair of dermatology and plastic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, speaks to the media with Dr. Dr. Maria Siemionow, director of plastic surgery research at the clinic, about the team of Cleveland Clinic surgeons that performed the nation's first near-total face transplant in Cleveland, Ohio December 17, 2008. The surgeons have replaced 80 percent of a woman's face, transplanting bone, teeth, muscle and nerve in the first such operation in the United States. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/USA
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December 17, 2008
Maria Siemionow talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Siemionow talks to media about Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total...
Maria Siemionow talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total face transplant in the past two weeks, during a news conference in Cleveland, Ohio December 17, 2008. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/USA
RTR22NZZ
December 17, 2008
Frank Papay talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Papay talks to media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed nation's first near-total...
Frank Papay talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total face transplant in the past two weeks during a news conference in Cleveland, Ohio December 17, 2008. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/USA
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December 17, 2008
Maria Siemionow talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Siemionow talks to media about Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total...
Maria Siemionow talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total face transplant in the past two weeks, during a news conference in Cleveland, Ohio December 17, 2008.REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
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December 17, 2008
Maria Siemionow (standing) talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Siemionow talks to media about Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed nation's first near-total...
Maria Siemionow (standing) talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total face transplant in the past two weeks, during a news conference in Cleveland, Ohio December 17, 2008.REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
FACE-TRANSPLANT/USA
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December 17, 2008
Maria Siemionow talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's...
Cleveland, UNITED STATES
Siemionow talks to media about Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total...
Maria Siemionow talks to the media about the Cleveland Clinic surgeons team that performed the nation's first near-total face transplant in the past two weeks, during a news conference in Cleveland, Ohio December 17, 2008.REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES)
LIFE EYELASHES
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October 24, 2006
A doctor threads an eyelash transplant into Aleve Loh's eyelid with a curved needle to make her lashes...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A doctor threads an eyelash transplant into woman's eyelid at a surgery in Los Angeles
A doctor threads an eyelash transplant into Aleve Loh's eyelid with a curved needle to make her lashes longer at a surgery in Los Angeles October 23, 2006. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) Also see image: GM1DUCAIDYAA
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DEVAUCHELLE
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February 06, 2006
French surgeon Dr Bernard Devauchelle explains the operation of Isabelle Dinoire, the woman who received...
Amiens, France
French surgeon Dr Bernard Devauchelle explains the operation of Isabelle Dinoire, the woman who rece.....
French surgeon Dr Bernard Devauchelle explains the operation of Isabelle Dinoire, the woman who received the world's first partial face transplant with part of a nose, chin and lips on November 27, 2005, during a news conference at the Amiens Hospital, northern France, February 6, 2006. [Dinoire spoke on Monday for the first time to reporters since her operation, saying she was thankful to have the opportunity for a new start in life. In a 15-hour operation surgeons used tissues, muscles, arteries and veins from a brain-dead woman to rebuild Dinoire's face. Dinoire, who was mauled by a dog last May, is from the Lille area in northeastern France.]
DUBERNARD
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February 06, 2006
French surgeon Doctor Jean-Michel Dubernard explains the face replacement operation of Isabelle Dinoire,...
Amiens, France
French surgeon Doctor Jean-Michel Dubernard explains the face replacement operation of Isabelle Dino.....
French surgeon Doctor Jean-Michel Dubernard explains the face replacement operation of Isabelle Dinoire, the woman who received the world's first partial face transplant on November 27, 2005, during a news conference at the Amiens Hospital, northern France, February 6, 2006. [Dinoire spoke on Monday for the first time to reporters since her operation, saying she was thankful to have the opportunity for a new start in life. In a 15-hour operation surgeons used tissues, muscles, arteries and veins from a brain-dead woman to rebuild Dinoire's face. Dinoire, who was mauled by a dog last May, is from the Lille area in northeastern France.]
FRANCE
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February 06, 2006
Isabelle Dinoire (R), who received the world's first partial face transplant, attends a news conference...
Amiens, France
Isabelle Dinoire (R), who received the world's first partial face transplant, attends a news confere.....
Isabelle Dinoire (R), who received the world's first partial face transplant, attends a news conference with Doctor Sophie Testin at Amiens hospital in northern France February 6, 2006. Dinoire spoke on Monday for the first time to reporters since her operation, saying she was thankful to have the opportunity for a new start in life. [In a 15-hour operation surgeons used tissues, muscles, arteries and veins from a brain-dead woman to rebuild Dinoire's face. Dinoire, who was mauled by a dog last May, is from the Lille area in northeastern France.]
DINOIRE
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February 06, 2006
Isabelle Dinoire who received the world's first partial face transplant addresses a news conference at...
Amiens, France
Isabelle Dinoire who received the world's first partial face transplant addresses a news conference .....
Isabelle Dinoire who received the world's first partial face transplant addresses a news conference at Amiens hospital in northern France February 6, 2006. Dinoire spoke on Monday for the first time to [reporters] since her operation, saying she was thankful to have the opportunity for a new start in life. In a 15-hour operation surgeons used tissues, muscles, arteries and veins from a brain-dead woman to rebuild Dinoire's face. Dinoire, who was mauled by [a dog] last May, is from the Lille area in northeastern France.
DINOIRE
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February 06, 2006
Isabelle Dinoire (L), who received the world's first partial face transplant, looks at a a screen, showing...
Amiens, France
Isabelle Dinoire (L), who received the world's first partial face transplant, looks at a a screen, s.....
Isabelle Dinoire (L), who received the world's first partial face transplant, looks at a a screen, showing her face immediately after the operation, during a news conference at Amiens hospital in northern France February 6, 2006. Dinoire spoke on Monday for the first time to reporters since her operation, saying she was thankful to have the opportunity for a new start in life. In a 15-hour operation surgeons used tissues, muscles, arteries and veins from a brain-dead woman to rebuild Dinoire's face. Dinoire, who was mauled by a dog last May, is from the Lille area in northeastern France.
DINOIRE
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February 06, 2006
Isabelle Dinoire who received the world's first partial face transplant addresses a news conference at...
Amiens, France
Isabelle Dinoire who received the world's first partial face transplant addresses a news conference .....
Isabelle Dinoire who received the world's first partial face transplant addresses a news conference at Amiens hospital in northern France February 6, 2006. Dinoire spoke on Monday for the first time to [reporters] since her operation, saying she was thankful to have the opportunity for a new start in life. In a 15-hour operation surgeons used tissues, muscles, arteries and veins from a brain-dead woman to rebuild Dinoire's face. Dinoire, who was mauled by [a dog] last May, is from the Lille area in northeastern France.
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