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Atlas und Grundriss der Allgemeinen Diagnostik ..., 1902

Atlas und Grundriss der Allgemeinen Diagnostik ..., 1902

Dr Charles Drew pioneered methods of storing blood plasma for transfusion and organized the first large-scale blood bank in the U.S. nicknamed "Blood for Britain" during WWII. [Pictured: Charles Drew and his wife Lenore, outdoors with their children]. [ca. 1949-1950].

Dr Charles Drew pioneered methods of storing blood plasma for transfusion and organized the first large-scale blood bank in the U.S. nicknamed "Blood for Britain" during WWII. [Pictured: Charles Drew and his wife Lenore, outdoors with their children]. [ca. 1949-1950].

Tonsil Guillotine (1860s)  This method of removing tonsils worked much like a traditional guillotine, slicing off the infected tonsils. This "double guillotine" design meant that both tonsils could be removed at the same time. Tonsil guillotines were replaced by forceps and scalpels in the early 20th century due to the high rate of hemorrhaging and the imprecise nature of the device, which often left tonsil remnants in the mouth.

Tonsil Guillotine (1860s) This method of removing tonsils worked much like a traditional guillotine, slicing off the infected tonsils. This "double guillotine" design meant that both tonsils could be removed at the same time. Tonsil guillotines were replaced by forceps and scalpels in the early 20th century due to the high rate of hemorrhaging and the imprecise nature of the device, which often left tonsil remnants in the mouth.

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