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1837 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
ed arm in contact with the nose, secured them for some time in this state by bandages ; that after a union took place, he removed sufficient flesh from the adherent arm to form a new nose, and thus substituted an artificial for a real one. I believe, however, these accounts to be apocrypha], and consider them rather as amusing stories iban true facts."
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