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NOVA | Clip | 16th Century Nose Jobs

Losing one's nose was not completely uncommon in 16th century Europe. To replace their lost sniffers, some brave patients underwent an early form of rhinoplasty, which was performed without antibiotics or anesthesia.

0:02:19 | AIRED: 9/4/2013 |
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