Reduction of a dislocated shoulder with a Hippocratic device. This is "a woodcut probably after a drawing by Francesco Salviati". The source is page 24 of Surgery: An Illustrated History by Ira M. Rutkow, M.D. published in 1993: ISBN 0801660785.
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|current||05:34, November 5, 2007||783 × 827 (407 KB)||PhloxBot||== Summary == Reduction of a dislocated shoulder with a Hippocratic device. This is "a woodcut probably after a drawing by Francesco Salviati". The source is page 24 of ''Surgery: An Illustrated History'' by Ira M. R|