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  1. Posts : 5,840
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       #391

    is it an early endoscope.
    Of sorts, except you can't look down through it as far as I know. So it is a medical device, for what was it used.?



    A very slow tattooing machine??

    Sorry No.
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       #392

    A surgical guide?
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       #393

    Dwarf said:
    A surgical guide?

    For what in particular?
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       #394

    Early Brain surgery. The 3 legs would be fastened to the halo already fitted to the patient's head, and the other arm would guide tools etc. to the required location.
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       #395

    Dwarf said:
    Early Brain surgery. The 3 legs would be fastened to the halo already fitted to the patient's head, and the other arm would guide tools etc. to the required location.

    Very close but it was designed to do a particular job.:) you're almost there.

    Dwarf has it, it is a surgical Guide, but for what .?:)

    It had a particular function.



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       #396

    Is it to do with the head?
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       #397

    Dwarf said:
    Is it to do with the head?
    It is to do with any part of the body.

    Ah here, I will have to give it to you, you said it was a Surgical Guide, and so it is,
    if I don't I will never here the end of it. lol,:)


    The Hirtz compass was invented in 1907 by E J Hirtz, a French medical officer and head of physiotherapy at a military hospital. The brass device was used to accurately determine where bullets were located in the body, especially the brain. Bullets could then be removed surgically with precision thereby reducing damage to the surrounding areas of the body. X-rays were also used to guide the surgeon. This example dates from the First World War.


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       #398

    c'mon dwarf we're waiting
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       #399

    ok.dwarf is offline atm ,so i shall have a go in his absence
    whats this doofer
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    this is a part of the whole object
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       #400

    A metal Grinding / boring machine ?
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