Harold gillies

Sir Harold Delf Gillies (17 June 1882 – 10 September 1960) was a New Zealand-born, and later London-based, otolaryngologist who is widely considered the father of plastic surgery

Sir Harold Delf Gillies (17 June 1882 – 10 September 1960) was a New Zealand-born, and later London-based, otolaryngologist who is widely considered the father of plastic surgery

First World War soldier who became the first person to undergo plastic surgery    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/2636507/Pictures-of-first-person-to-undergo-plastic-surgery-released.html

Pictures of first person to undergo plastic surgery released

First World War soldier who became the first person to undergo plastic surgery http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/2636507/Pictures-of-first-person-to-undergo-plastic-surgery-released.html

Records of the pioneering plastic surgery performed by Dr Harold Gillies on WWI soldiers William M. Spreckley, a Lieutenant from the Sherwood Foresters Service in the British contingent, 16th battalion. He was Gillies’ 132nd patient and was admitted to the hospital in January 1917 at the age of 33 with a ‘gunshot wound nose’. He was discharged three and a half years later in October 1920

Pioneering plastic surgery records from First World War published

Records of the pioneering plastic surgery performed by Dr Harold Gillies on WWI soldiers William M. Spreckley, a Lieutenant from the Sherwood Foresters Service in the British contingent, 16th battalion. He was Gillies’ 132nd patient and was admitted to the hospital in January 1917 at the age of 33 with a ‘gunshot wound nose’. He was discharged three and a half years later in October 1920

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

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

A small boy whose face was ravaged by Congenital Syphilis, which occurs when a child is born to a mother with syphilis. The devestation of this disease was ho

A small boy whose face was ravaged by Congenital Syphilis, which occurs when a child is born to a mother with syphilis. The devestation of this disease was ho

Records of the pioneering plastic surgery performed by Dr Harold Gillies on WWI soldiers William M. Spreckley, a Lieutenant from the Sherwood Foresters Service in the British contingent, 16th battalion. He was Gillies’ 132nd patient and was admitted to the hospital in January 1917 at the age of 33 with a ‘gunshot wound nose’. He was discharged three and a half years later in October 1920

Pioneering plastic surgery records from First World War published

Records of the pioneering plastic surgery performed by Dr Harold Gillies on WWI soldiers William M. Spreckley, a Lieutenant from the Sherwood Foresters Service in the British contingent, 16th battalion. He was Gillies’ 132nd patient and was admitted to the hospital in January 1917 at the age of 33 with a ‘gunshot wound nose’. He was discharged three and a half years later in October 1920

Plastic Surgery of the Face. Harold Gillies's textbook that birthed modern plastic surgery. (Actually a really fascinating read, about a first year university level)

Plastic surgery of the face based on selected cases of war injuries of the face including burns, with original illustrations : Gillies, H. D. (Harold Delf), 1882-1960 : Free Download & Streaming

Plastic Surgery of the Face. Harold Gillies's textbook that birthed modern plastic surgery. (Actually a really fascinating read, about a first year university level)

http://ift.tt/2po07XF that Harold Gillies is considered to be the father of plastic surgery; after the first world war he performed thousands of surgeries mostly for soldiers with facial injuries usually from gunshot wounds

http://ift.tt/2po07XF that Harold Gillies is considered to be the father of plastic surgery; after the first world war he performed thousands of surgeries mostly for soldiers with facial injuries usually from gunshot wounds

The introduction of ferocious weapons and trench warfare in WWI resulted in devastating injuries that required a new type of surgery. In response, Sir Harold Gillies standardised century old techniques and established the discipline of 'plastic surgery'

The introduction of ferocious weapons and trench warfare in WWI resulted in devastating injuries that required a new type of surgery. In response, Sir Harold Gillies standardised century old techniques and established the discipline of 'plastic surgery'

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