Part of a cranial trephine, European, c. 1750-1850.

Made:
1750-1850 in Europe

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Skey's tourniquet, oval adjustable frame with fixed and screw-down pressure pads, by Arnold, c. 1880
Science Museum Group Collection
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Skey's tourniquet, oval adjustable frame with fixed and screw-down pressure pads, by Arnold, c. 1880
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Skey's tourniquet, oval adjustable frame with fixed and screw-down pressure pads, by Arnold, c. 1880
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

Brace and bit type cranial trephine without bit

Brace part only, from a brace and bit type cranial trephine, European, c. 1750-1850. A trephine is a crown shaped saw used for perforating the skull and removing a circle of tissue or bone.

Details

Category:
Surgery
Object Number:
A610712
Materials:
whole, steel, wrought, whole, wood
type:
trephines trephines surgery (cranial), brace and bits, surgery (cranial), trephines
credit:
Hands
status:
Loan: Wellcome Trust

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