Modern understanding of the structure of the human body really started with Leonardo Da Vinci. Although better known for his painting, Da Vinci was most interested in how the human body functioned and is thought to have dissected dozens of bodies to deepen his understanding of muscles, bones and tissue. He created over 700 anatomical […]
2015 marked ten years since the first-ever human facial transplant surgery took place, in France, in November 2005. Isabelle Dinoire was badly mauled by her dog and underwent a partial facial transplant of the nose and mouth. Whilst this event was deemed a milestone for transplant surgery, ten years later, there have been significant advancements in this field across the world.