Picture of William H. Egberts Studying Skulls #12224

#12224 Picture of William H. Egberts Studying Skulls by JVPD
Black and white photograph of William H. Egbert examining trepanned skulls in the anthropology laboratory at the National Museum, 1926. The method of trephining (Trepanation, trepanning, trephination, trephining, burr hole) is a surgery where a hole is drilled into the skull in order to treat health problems. [0003-0707-1510-0906] by 0003

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