Post by Lanarcam
"La première greffe totale de tête pour bientôt ?"
Pour qui la greffe partielle de tête ?
In 1982, Dr. Dorothy T. Krieger, chief of endocrinology at Mount Sinai
Medical Center in New York City, achieved success with a partial brain
transplant in mice.
In 1998, a team of surgeons from the University of Pittsburgh Medical
Center attempted to transplant a group of brain cells to Alma Cerasini,
who had suffered a severe stroke that caused the loss of mobility in her
right limbs as well as limited speech. The team's hope was that the
cells would correct the listed damage.
À part cela, il y a déjà eu des greffes de cheveux, de peau, d'os, de
cartilage, de cornées, qui font tous partie d'une tête, et du visage,
comme indique Pierre Hallet.