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Editor’s comment 9. Rogers BO (1982) Hippolyte Morestin (1869–1919). Part I: a Sanvenero’s stimulating Italian enthusiasm, vitality, brief biography. Aesth Plast Surg 6:141 curiosity, love of travel, and thorough enjoyment of the 10. Berry EP (1980) Gustave Aufricht, M.D. (1894–1980). Plast good life (including the superb cuisine of Milan and the Reconstr Surg 66:877 outlying lake districts where he took his numerous inter- 11. Rogers BO (1982) As I remember Lyndon A. Peer. Ann Plast national friends when they visited him), will never be Surg 8:322 12. Peer LA (ed) (1955) Transplantation of tissues: cartilage, forgotten by those of us who knew him well. All plastic bone, fascia, tendon and muscle, vol 1. Williams and Wilkins, surgeons honor the memory of Gustavo Sanvenero- Baltimore Rosselli. His presence at international meetings was par- 13. Peer LA (ed) (1959) Transplantation of tissues: skin, cornea, ticularly memorable, the typically “Italian” gestures fat, nerves, teeth, blood vessels, endocrine glands, organs, peritoneum, cancer cells, vol 2. Williams and Wilkins, Balti- (Fig. 9) and the warmth in his dark, expressive eyes nev- more er failing to make a distinctive and lasting impression. 14. Maliniac JW (1958) Unsolved problems of the foundation of We are all the poorer now, because at age 76 he the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons passed from the scene – one of those “giants” whose viewed from the Latin American scene. Plast Reconstr Surg 22:56 great personal resources of energy, warmth, compassion, 15. Aufricht G (1946) The development of plastic surgery in the and imagination made our specialty the fine and greatly United States. Plast Reconstr Surg 1:3 respected science that it is today [5]. 16. Aufricht G (1970) Commentary on classic paper by Joseph on reduction rhinoplasty. Plast Reconstr Surg 46:181 17. Steffensen WH, Rhoads HT Jr (1975) Obituary: Clarence Ralph Straatsma, M.D. (1896–1974) Plast Reconstr Surg References 55:648 18. Straatsma CR (1940) Problems in plastic surgery of the nose. 1. Vrebos J (1999) Scientific contributions of U.S. plastic sur- Laryngoscope 49:482 geons to the Revue de Chirurgie Plastique and the Revue de 19. Smith F (1951) J. Eastman Sheehan, M.D. (1885–1951) Plast Chirurgie Structive, Brussels (1931–1938). Aesth Plast Surg Reconstr Surg 8:77 23:61 20. Castanares S (1951) Blepharoplasty for herniated intraorbital 2. Bovy GL (1964) Maurice Coelst, M.D. Br J Plast Surg 17:325 fat: Anatomical basis for a new approach. Plast Reconstr Surg 3. Sanvenero-Rosselli G (1939) Plastica Chirurgica: Index et Ar- 8:46 chivum. Milan 21. Bames HO (1936) Commonest facial deformities presenting 4. Rogers BO (1988) Jerome P. Webster, M.D. (1888–1974): our themselves for correction, and their correctibility. Rev Chir pioneer in plastic surgery (a centennial review of his life and Struct 6:219 his contributions to the development of plastic surgery in the 22. Bames HO (1936) Cartilage transplants. Rev Chir Struct 6:281 United States). Read as a lecture at the College of Physicians 23. Bames HO (1936) Plastic reconstruction of the anomalous and Surgeons, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, April breast. Rev Chir Struct 6:293 12, 1988 24. Bames HO (1953) Augmentation mammoplasty by lipo-trans- 5. Rogers BO (1976) Gustavo Sanvenero-Rosselli: a heartfelt plant. Plast Reconstr Surg 11:404 dedication: his life and his contributions. Clin Plast Surg 3:515 25. Bames HO (1953) Contributions to literature on plastic sur- 6. Sanvenero-Rosselli G (1931) Une clinique de chirurgie plasti- gery. Plast Reconstr Surg 11:413 que: Le “Pavilion des mutilés de la face” à Milan. Rev Chir 26. Noël A (1926) La chirurgie esthétique: Son rôle social. Mas- Plast 1:22 son, Paris 7. Rogers BO (1981) Development of the American Society 27. Hunt HL (1926) Plastic surgery of the head, face and neck. of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons: Reminiscences of Lea and Febinger, Philadelphia Lyndon A. Peer, M.D. Annual Meeting of the ASPRS, New 28. Hunt HL (1935) Zooplasty. Rev Chir Struct 5:75 York City, October 23, 1981 (50th Anniversary) 29. Hunt HL (1935) Conclusions drawn from eight hundred cases 8. Lewin ML (1976) Obituary: Jacques W. Maliniac, M.D. of zooglandular transplantation. Rev Chir Struct 5:174 (1889–1976). Plast Reconstr Surg 58:261 It is somewhat unusual to present the same paper in two our journal. I hope that everyone who reads this gets as reasonably closely related journals [1]. However, Dr. much enjoyment from it as I did. Blair Rogers, Editor-in-Chief of Aesthetic Plastic Sur- gery and I felt that this was a reasonable thing to do since these journals are probably read by different Reference groups of plastic surgeons. We also felt that this era of 1. Vrebos J (1999) Scientific contribution of US plastic surgeons history really needs to be emphasized from time to to the Revue de Chirurgie Plastique and the Revue de Chirurgie time. It is important to know where our speciality came Structive, Brussels (1931–1938). Aesth Plast Surg 23:61–69 from, and it is always entertaining and instructive to read of the “giants” who helped to establish our speci- I.T. Jackson ality. Editor-in-Chief, We are especially fortunate that Dr. Rogers was able Institute for Craniofacial and Reconstructive Surgery, to count some of these people as his mentors and friends, Fisher Center – Third Floor, and he has prepared a wonderful historical document for 16001 West Nine Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075, USA http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Plastic Surgery Springer Journals

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