Life, death and surgery through a lens
May 21, 2009 § 1 Comment
Head over to MedGadget to see what’s hiding in this 19th century surgical kit. A fascinating look at pre-anesthesia surgery with Dr. Laurie Slater, editor of medical antiques website Phisick.
Tagged: laurie slater, medgadget, medical history, phisick, Surgery
wow, that’s cool.. check this site also, they’ve got 20 Scary Old School Surgical Tools.. http://www.surgicaltechnologists.net
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