Heilongjiang province found the liao period surgical instruments Fill the blank of the related historical materials

a few days ago, research center of heilongjiang river valley civilization guest visiting fellow, Harbin academy of social sciences researcher Deng Shuping revealed that he was in the cultural relics market in 2009 collected a set of four pieces of cultural relics, through expert testimony, identified as the liao period medical surgical instruments. Experts say that the discovery of the cultural relics, has important significance to explore the history of surgery in our country.

as the heilongjiang river valley, a researcher at the museum, Deng Shuping during the collection of cultural relics in June, 2009, in the cultural relics market found in a broken iron boxes in the peculiar shape of four pieces of iron relics. It is understood that with the unearthed cultural relics associated with iron arrowheads, iron huasheng, car and the song, liao, jin period of currency. Deng Shuping on cultural relics found when cleaning, sorting, these four pieces of iron relics specimens respectively & other; Scraper & throughout; , & other Tweezers & throughout; , & other A scalpel & throughout; And & other Opener & throughout; , are iron, forging, cast after grinding and become, from the shape of speculation they are likely to be the medical apparatus and instruments.

then Deng Shuping invited provincial cultural relics appraisal expert group deputy head of the provincial academy of social sciences, a senior researcher YanDeMing famous historian guo-zhong wei researchers and related history, medical experts, to identify the set of cultural relics. Identified, experts determine the cultural relics of the liao period medical surgical instruments, rare and precious cultural relics to the nation. According to introducing, even though the ancient medical literature mentioned surgery, dermatology, paediatrics, but have not found from the pre-qin to the medical apparatus and instruments of liao dynasty, the cultural relics found, fill in the blank of relevant historical materials.