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Using Spring Forceps to Extract an Artery

Using Spring Forceps to Extract an Artery

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The Urine Wheel for diagnosing metabolic diseases, from Epiphanie Medicorum by Ullrich Pinder in 1506

The Urine Wheel for diagnosing metabolic diseases, from Epiphanie Medicorum by Ullrich Pinder in 1506

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A pair of late 18th century French dental forceps for molar extractions. The unusual feature is the screw mechanism fixed to the inside of the handles which prevents the forceps closing beyond a given point and avoids fracturing the tooth.

A pair of late 18th century French dental forceps for molar extractions. The unusual feature is the screw mechanism fixed to the inside of the handles which prevents the forceps closing beyond a given point and avoids fracturing the tooth.

medieval surgical tools - Dogpile Images Search

medieval surgical tools - Dogpile Images Search

Short-robed Surgeon Catheterizes a Patient (ca. 1510) by Heinrich Kullmaurer and Albrecht Meher.

Short-robed Surgeon Catheterizes a Patient (ca. 1510) by Heinrich Kullmaurer and Albrecht Meher.

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