At the Pathological Laboratory

When  a specimen is sent to the laboratory for histological examination, the pathologist  will fix the entire  tissue immediately, with the help of  suitable fixative solutions. In this way the specimen   will preserve as closely as possible the form which it had during life.


Portrayal of the performance of Electroencephalogram (EEG), Electromyogram (EMG) and Electroconvulsive treatment (ECT) during 1950-60s

(Donators Chris Messis, the family of Petros Matsas and Christodoulos Galatopoulos)

The Electroencephalogram is performed with the placement of electrodes covering the scalp of the patient. They transmit the electric potentials produced during the brain function. The brain waves are recorded with ink on a moving paper (44). The photic stimulator (44A, 44B) produces alternating light beam with increasing frequency in front of the eyes affecting the brain function.

Portrayal of delivery room and newborn care during the period of 1930-50.


(Donators, the family of Christakis Ieronymidis, Koulla Tritoftidou wife of Marios Tritoftidis, Mikis and Olvia Constantinidou, Minos Solomou and Nicolas Christodoulou and Achilleas Patroclou)