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    ladies artificial hand, nineteenth century

    • Guy Combes

      Lady's artificial hand 19th century main artificielle des ladie, XIXe siècle Amputation précoce a été considérée comme une procédure de sauvegarde de la vie et les prothèses étaient très populaires au XIXe siècle, en présence de l'infection post-opératoire fréquentes blessures de complication.

    • Larry Bilyeu

      Early amputation was regarded as a life saving procedure and prosthetics were very popular in the nineteenth century in the presence of frequent post-operative infection complicating injuries. not sure of time/era

    • : :  Kari Carrington  : :

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    • octobermoon

      ladies artificial hand, nineteenth century

    • Marcia noghton

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