Dr. Henry Bennet’s Vaginal Speculum c. 1870

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Dr. Henry Bennet’s Vaginal Speculum c. 1870

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In 1845 James Henry Bennet, (1816-1881), published his textbook on inflammation of the uterus. This left a lasting impression on the profession and was the cause of considerable controversy.  Bennet maintained the inflammation was the primary uterine affection responsible for displacements, menstrual disturbances and leucorrhea. A fine example of Bennett’s form by Coxeter, London, FC.

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