Two hydrocele trocars

Made:
1879-1910 in Edinburgh

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Two hydrocele trocars, with ebony handles, one cannula, and one brass hydrocele syringe, in leather case, manufactured by Archibald Young, 57 Forrest Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1879-1910.

Details

Category:
Surgery
Object Number:
A64272
Materials:
brass, brass (copper, zinc alloy), complete, ebony, leather, silver (metal), steel (metal), velvet, wood
Measurements:
overall (syringe): 142 mm x 19 mm,
overall (case): 35 mm x 73 mm x 157 mm,
overall (cannula shaft): 5 mm,
overall (large trocar): 122 mm
type:
trocar
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • surgical equipment
  • surgical instrument
credit:
Wilder, C.G.

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