Rhinoplasty in the Renaissance

Rhinoplasty in the Renaissance

February 4, 2015

Syphilis became a great misfortune of the XVI century, which, before the discovery of penicillin, did not respond to treatment. Patients were doomed to suffer from ulcers, paralysis, blindness, progressive dementia. But the most frequent and obvious manifestation of the disease was the so-called "failed nose", caused by a deep lesion of cartilage and the death of tissues. Many of the people seriously affected by this disease, tried to get rid of the flaw and restore the old look, appealing to surgeons.0
"Lost nose

In Europe, the XVI century and later, the "failed nose" was the mark of vice, the cause of shame. At that time, the Italian surgeon Gasparo Taliacozzi was particularly famous in the field of rhinoplasty.01

The surgeon developed his own method: instead of transplanting the skin from the forehead to the nose, the surgeon partially cut the skin from the shoulder and inoculated it in the place of the lost part of the nose. In this case, the limb was fixed with a dressing system until the skin took root. After a while, the doctor cut off the flap and formed a nose from it.A new nose could be created in 5 months. Many have criticized such a method of grafting tissue, and argued that in the cold the nose turned red and died.

After the surgeon's death, his transplant method ceased to be popular.

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    Rhinoplasty in the Renaissance

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    Rhinoplasty in the Renaissance

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    Rhinoplasty in the Renaissance

    Rhinoplasty in the Renaissance