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Laryngeal instruments, late 19th century.

Laryngeal instruments, late 19th century.
2 9 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 21cm

Description

A syringe, throat brush, bougie and ecraseur. The throat brush, bougie and ecraseur probably all belonged to the eminent surgeon, Sir Morell MacKenzie (1837-1892), who founded England's first throat hospital. The syringe was the property of the German laryngologist, Profesor Adelbert von Tobold (1827-1907).

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10287719

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