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The deformity termed "pug nose" and its correction by a simple operation (pp.621-623, 4 Abb.).
. Medical Record, 35. - New York, June 4, 1887, 4°, IV, 728 pp., zahlreiche Abbildungen, feiner Halbpergameinteinbandim Stil der Zeit.. First Edition! - "A landmark paper from America, the beginning of cosmetic rhinoplasty" McDowell - "Roe invented the intranasal approach for corrective rhinoplasty". - John 0. Roe, M.D., LL.D. (1848-1915) was born at Patchgogue, Long Island in a family descended on both sides from English ancestors who were among the earliest settlers of Providence, Rhode Island. He graduated from the University of Michigan and received the degree of M.D. in 1870 from this University. Coming to New York, he matriculated at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, receiving his diploma in the class of 1871. After a year of graduate courses in New York, Roe entered upon the special practice of diseases of ear, nose, and throat in Rochester, New York. He soon recognized the necessity of additional training and to secure this went to Europe where, for a period of two years, he worked in clinics in Vienna, London, and Berlin, notably with Sir Morell Mackenzie. Returning to Rochester, he became laryngologist to the Rochester Hospital. - In 1887, Roe gave this paper on an intranasal approach "without wounding the skin" for the correction of saddle nose deformity. - Garrison & Morton, No.5754.4
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