Drainage trocar with cannulae, circa 1860

Drainage trocar with cannulae, circa 1860

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Caption: Dr. Southey's drainage trocar with 3 cannulae arranged on an orange background. This set dates from 1860 and is made by Arnold and Sons, England. The instruments are made from ivory and silver. The Southey's tubes were used to drain fluid-filled swellings particularly those in the lower legs. This equipment was popular amongst physicians in the mid-nineteenth century.

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