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Emily Cock

international rivalries to the procedure, which restricted his influence. 109 Although they highlight the French resistance to this method – which had persisted since Paré – the method was nevertheless known. Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery and Nicholas Henri Jacob, for example, provided illustrations of both the forehead- and arm-flap methods of rhinoplasty in their Traité complete de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la medicine operatoir (1831–1854), and the hood worn by the patient undergoing the Taliacotian method suggests that the images were based on those in De

in Rhinoplasty and the nose in early modern British medicine and culture