The Maurice Krishaber laryngoscope is one of the first laryngoscope developped for lighting the throat for using in direct vision.
The example of the Krishaber laryngoscope are mostly French as Krishaber finished his medical studies in France in 1864.
We can date this example circe 1865. It is quite early and made in brass.
A fine and complete example of all his mirror, lens and accessories marked in the inside of the lid “Laryngoscope du Dr. Krishaber” but unsigned.
Case : 22x12x4 cm
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