Surgeons performed a successful amputation 31 thousand years ago

Surgeons performed a successful amputation 31 thousand years ago

Surgeons performed successful amputations 31,000 years ago

Photo: Jose Garcia (Garciartist) and Griffith UniversitySurgeons performed a successful amputation

Archaeologists respect that the injured person does not stumble upon a serious infection, so that the doctor, having carried out the amputation, knows how to save the wound, the surgical instruments are clean. h4> Archaeologists have revealed the remains of a young man buried 31 thousand years ago in a cave called Liang Tebo. The skeleton of the cicavi Tim, the lion's leg of the human being ended in a centimeter sprat in the top of the ankle, and may be neatly cut. Tell us about it ArsTechnica. More recently, if there are known records of surgical amputations – And it allows you to admit that the patient has lived a rich life hereafter.

< p>Experts have determined that brushes do not give evidence of the biological status of a person (archaeologists called її Tebo 1). Shards of trauma for Neanderthals were the most significant fact of life in quiet hours, even if it was necessary to take a shower to survive.

If a stone falls, or the cracks of a great creature can, insanely, spare a man's legs, such an injury crushes a brush. Vaughn does not fill in the neat, ungrabable edges – smoothly trimmed kіntsі kіstok nіg Tebo 1 looks like a robot of good tools in smart hands. On the pores, you can also see signs of a fright, which is to say that You 1 lived from six to maiden’yaty rokіv after you use your feet.

Grunting on other signs of the skeleton, the archaeologist from Griffith University Tim Malone and yoga colleagues allowed , at the time of your death, you 1 was close to 19 or 20 years old. And it means that at the time of the operation, Tebo was 1 mav buti a child, vіkom vіd 10 to 14 roіv.