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Cased set of surgical instruments c.1830


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These instruments are held in the collecton of the Royal London Hospital Museum. They were made by John Evans & Company, London and include Liston Amputating Knives, Bone Saw, Trepanning and Lithotomy instruments, bullet remover, scalpels, silk sutures, needles, forceps and tourniquets.

10th Jul 2009

Biology, History, Science

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medicine medical hospital surgery scalpel surgeon trepanning

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