Day 2: Linda Hershey's saga

Linda Hershey's age (63), and a 44-year <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEBEC000018" title="Tobacco Addiction (INACTIVE)" href="/topic/health/tobacco-addiction-%28inactive%29-HEBEC000018.topic">smoking</a> habit were other risk factors to a nasal reconstruction success. (She has since <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HETHT00000019" title="Quitting Smoking (INACTIVE)" href="/topic/health/quitting-smoking-%28inactive%29-HETHT00000019.topic">quit smoking</a>). Also, Dr. Byrne explains that a three-dimensional structure such as the nose is much more difficult to reconstruct than something flatter. In this picture, he's carving her rib cartilage.
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( Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun / June 17, 2008 )

Linda Hershey's age (63), and a 44-year smoking habit were other risk factors to a nasal reconstruction success. (She has since quit smoking). Also, Dr. Byrne explains that a three-dimensional structure such as the nose is much more difficult to reconstruct than something flatter. In this picture, he's carving her rib cartilage.

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