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Trephination set, Paris, France, 1771-1830

Science Museum, London

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All the equipment needed for trephination – the process by which a hole is surgically made in the head – is in this case. This includes the trephines themselves, with their cylindrical blades, a large brace to hold the trephines during drilling, two rugines to remove connective tissue from bones, two lenticulars to depress brain material during surgery, and a brush to remove fine fragments of bone. Sirhenry was a surgical instrument maker based in Paris. maker: Sirhenry Place made: Paris, Ville de Paris, Île-de-France, France



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Trephination set, Paris, France, 1771-1830. Credit: Science Museum, London. CC BY


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