Endoscope to see deeper into bodily orifices

Pierre Segalas invented an endoscope in 1827, which allowed physicians to see deeper into bodily orifices, he called it a speculum. Basically it was a wand with a mirror at one end and a candle and mirror to illuminate.

      Pierre Segalas

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