Gaspare Tagliacozzi's innovative surgical technique, which consisted of reconstructing parts of the face by grafting, was masterfully described in the work that made him famous, "De Curtorum Chirurgia per Insitionem. However, in the same year in Venice Roberto Meietti published an unauthorized edition; nevertheless, this edition was soon discovered. The great demand for the text even abroad was soon testified by a 3rd edition published in Frankfurt in , similar to the Bindoni edition but in another format and with a different title. This has caused confusion among bibliographers and Authors.
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Gaspare Tagliacozzi Gaspar Taliacotius , born in Bologna and professor of anatomy and surgery in the university in its great days, described sound procedures for the plastic repair of facial disfiguration which have persisted into contemporary practice.
Although reconstruction of the face and especially the nose had been performed by surgeons since ancient times, Tagliacozzi is credited with perfecting the reparative techniques and with performing them with greater skill than his predecessors. Equally significant was the preparation of his De Curtorum Chirurgia per Insitionem The Surgery of Deformities by Transplantation , the first treatise devoted exclusively to the theory and practice of the art. Although Tagliacozzi's reputation has persisted through the centuries, valid biographic data remained unassembled until the appearance in of an excellent and exhaustive study.
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New York. This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Tagliacozzi explains this in book 1, chapter 18, page 59 of his De curtorum chirurgia per insitionem concerning the surgery of deformities by transplantation , Venice, In the final paragraph of the editorial, a quotation said to be taken from "the first chapter of Tagliacozzi's treatise," really appears in the epilogue of Mrs.
Gaspare Tagliacozzi— Plastic Surgeon
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