Artificial right leg, Cambodia, 1998

1997-2002 in Cambodia and Cambodia and
The Cambodia Trust

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Artificial leg for an below-knee amputee, of a type provided for landmine victims in Cambodia, developed and manufactured by the Cambodia Trust charity, 1997-2002

Artificial leg for an below-knee amputee (E2002.325.2), alongside a 'homemade' leg (E2002.325.4), constructed from part of an artillery shell casing and typical of the improvised appliances sometimes worn prior to obtaining a proper leg. These replacement legs made almost entirely of the commercial plastic polypropylene and are mainly provided for landmine victims in Cambodia. Developed and manufactured in Cambodia by the Cambodia Trust charity, 1998


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leather, metal, plastic
artificial leg, artificial legs, artificial limbs, disability, landmines, medicine, prostheses
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • prosthesis
  • artificial limb
The Cambodia Trust

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