Trephination set, 1860

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1860 in London and England

Trephination set, comprising trephine, Hey's skull saw, one elevator, in mahogany case, by Millikin and Lawley of London, 1860. Trephination is a surgical procedure for perforating the skull and removing a circle of tissue or bone.

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