Traction apparatus, probably Italian, probably early 16th century, possibly iron, wood, leather, wool and brass
Traction apparatus, used to support fractures and dislocations and correct limb deformities. Constructed of iron, brass and wood, it is believed to have been made in Italy during the 16th century.
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- traction apparatus disability, medicine, surgery, traction apparatus surgery (orthopaedics), surgery (orthopaedics), traction apparatus
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- Hamonic Collection
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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