Chassaignac’s “Erignes” Divergent Grasping-hooks

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Chassaignac’s “Erignes” Divergent Grasping-hooks

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The convergent and Divergent Grasping-hooks of Chassaignac, French, c. 1875, made with polished steel fingers, maillechort metal guide-tubes and ferrules, and beautifully shaped and checquered ebony handles, 29.5 cm overall.  Its internal hooks open and close by withdrawing a central shaft that emerges from the proximal handle. 
This splendid example of Chassaignac’s Divergent Erignes is marked “HL” and was used to elevate and treat areas and was well suited to ligation of hemorrhoids.

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