The origins of plastic surgery in WWI
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Brian Morgan lectures on the development of reconstructive surgery to help the war-wounded in World War One. Focusing on the work of Dr Harold Gillies, Morgan guides us through how this type of surgery changed due to the impact of World War One, and how it continued to develop after.
This lecture was part of an event called ‘Care in World War One' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 22nd October 2014
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