S.P. Glyantsev

This article gives the brief overview of the history and evidence-based ascription of the “Field set of surgical instruments” made by the J. C. Schnetter (Munich, Kingdom of Bavaria), consisting of 29 instruments and dating back to the beginning of 19th century. It is intended to perform surgical procedures on the skull (trepanning and treatment of penetrating wounds) and extremities (amputation).

Keywords: history of surgery, antique surgical instruments, surgical kit, ascription of medical antiques

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