Trocar and cannula, circa 1860

Trocar and cannula, circa 1860

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Caption: Trocar and cannula dating from 1860, England. The instruments are made from ivory, steel and silver. They were generally used to drain fluid-filled swellings, particularly in the lower legs and were popular amongst physicians in the mid-nineteenth century.

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