Now, she is featured in the cover story of National Geographic magazine's September issue titled " The Story of a Face ," which details her medical journey. She is also featured in National Geographic's full-length documentary "Katie's Face. Stubblefield was just 18 when she put the barrel of her brother's. She survived, but the injury resulted in the loss of her face. On the right, we see Stubblefield in National Geographic with her new face, one year and one month after her surgery.
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Ending the taboo of soldiers with 'broken faces'
Amazing face transplants (GRAPHIC IMAGES) - CBS News
THESE photographs lift the lid on the life-changing work of a sculptor who made masks for horrifically injured soldiers. Images taken shortly after the conclusion of the First World War show the terrible facial injuries suffered by French soldiers because of gunshot, shrapnel and blast injuries. One man has lost the entire right side of his face, another his nose. But in a second set of pictures the same soldiers after receiving masks. This is thanks to pioneering sculptor Anna Coleman Ladd who created custom-made prosthetics for each of them to wear over their wounds. Ladd was a well-regarded American-born sculptor who towards the end of , with less than a year of the war remaining, founded the American Red Cross studio for portrait-masks.
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shocking facial injuries
Gracilis muscle transfer with cross face nerve graft to restore facial movement to the left side of her face after paralysis from a stroke. Patient had gracilis free flap surgery both stages. Pictures are before and 6 weeks after 2nd stage surgery. A woman's ability to smile is greatly improved after undergoing surgery to correct facial paralysis. Months after the facial paralysis procedure, the patient continues to see improvement in facial reanimation and symmetry.
Warning: This story contains a graphic image. A World War One memorial to soldiers whose story has been described as an unresolved "taboo" is set to be unveiled. Historian Ellie Grigsby has designed a statue commemorating the thousands of soldiers who suffered terrible facial disfigurements and who often found themselves shunned rather than welcomed back as heroes. The statue is to be unveiled at a private event by descendants of some of the soldiers, at Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup, Kent, where many of the men were treated.