Skull used by Dr. T. Wilson Parry

Made:
1801-1920 in England

Skull used by Dr. T. Wilson Parry to demonstrate trephining using glass instrument with two trephination holes, one with excised bone held in place with wire, provenance unknown, 1801-1920

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Category:
Surgery
Object Number:
A652214
type:
skull
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credit:
Wellcome Trust

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