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After transplanting a number of vital organs between dogs his favorite experimental subjects he aimed, amid much controversy, to see if he could take things further: He wanted to graft the head of one dog onto the body of another, fully intact dog. Starting in , Demikhov and his associates set about performing this surgery 23 times, with varying degrees of success.
The 24th time, in , was not the most successful attempt, but it was the most publicized, with an article and accompanying photos appearing in LIFE Magazine. This is thus the two-headed dog that history remembers most. Brodyaga would be the host dog, and Shavka would supply the secondary head and neck.
After the two-headed dog was resuscitated, both heads could hear, see, smell, and swallow. Anything she drank flowed through an external tube and onto the floor. In the end, this two-headed dog lived only for just four days. This head transplantation, unlike some of his other advancements in the field of transplantology, had no real-life applications.
Yet there were certainly very real implications for the dogs. As early as , the French surgeon Dr. Alexis Carrel and his partner, American physiologist Dr.
Two-Headed Dogs and Human Head Transplants
Charles Guthrie, attempted the same experiment. Their dual-headed canine initially showed promise, but degraded quickly and was euthanized within a few hours. Today, Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero believes that head-transplants will be a reality in the very near future.
He is closely involved in the first human attempt, which is slated to occur in China, where there are less medical and ethical regulations. Reviews Write a Review.
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