Surgical September medieval

MH-MI1601

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Medieval surgical kit consists of 8 forged steel parts among which includes: forceps, scalpel, scissors, knife and bone saw. Suede pouch included.

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Surgery does not develop until the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. In the thirteenth century the most important surgical studies are conducted around Bologna, where he created a school of surgery. The most important of surgeons Lanfranci Milan, who wrote magna surgery, which is an encyclopedia of knowledge operative until the thirteenth century.

In the fourteenth century we have to move to France where he excelled Henri de Mondeville (surgeon to Philip IV and descriptor of a new treatment for surgical wounds) and Guy de Chauliac (Guido de Chauliaco) (c. 1260-1368) , who also made a treaty to be reprinted and used until the sixteenth century.

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