Forehead lamp, England, 1979
This fibre-optic forehead lamp is designed for examining the ear, nose and throat. It is attached to the head to free the physician’s hands to treat the patient. The head attachment is adjustable. The light is emitted from a tungsten halogen lamp conducted by flexible cables containing quartz fibres. It was made by British company Hammond.
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