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1867-37

The bulb at one end of the probe is known as an olive. This part was used to apply medical treatments to wounds, eyes and ears as well as to apply cosmetics. It could also be used as a cautery to seal a wound by heating up the probe and using it on the body.

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A86272

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Glossary:

Glossary: probe

medical tool used during diagnostic process

Glossary: fistula

An abnormal passage, usually between two internal organs, or between an internal organ and the surface of the body.

Glossary: cautery

To destroy tissue through contact with a hot implement. To remove warts, etc, or to stop small cuts bleeding.

Glossary: cauterise

Using a hot iron to seal a wound to stop bleeding.