Brissez's bi-valve intra-uterine speculum, gold-plated with ivory handle and spring mechanism for blades, by Collin, from Charriere, Collin and Gentile collection, circa 1865
This instrument has a spring mechanism for the blades and is gold-plated with an ivory handle. It was manufactured by Collin of Paris, France and is from the Charrierre, Colin and Gentile collection. Brissez invented this type of intra-uterine speculum.
- Clinical Diagnosis
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- speculae, speculae, diagnosis (genito-urinary) brissez, uterine specula, diagnosis (genito-urinary)
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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