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Laryngeal instruments, early 20th century. A syringe, lancet, forceps... News PhotoForceps,Healthcare And Medicine,Horizontal,Larynx,Medicine,Scalpel,Syringe,UK,WhistlerPhotographer Collection: SSPL SSPL/Science MuseumUNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 04: Laryngeal instruments, early 20th century. A syringe, lancet, forceps and cutting dilator. The syringe belonged to the German laryngologist, Professor Adelbert von Tobold (1827-1907); the lancet and forceps belonged to the famous English surgeon, Sir Morell Mackenzie (1837-1892) and the cutting dilator, made by Down of London, was used by Whistler for stenosis of the larynx. It is made of steel with nickel plating, and with two spare heads. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)