The Virtual Corkscrew Museum's Daily Newspaper
Friday, May 9, 2003
Letter to the Editor
Now this is a medical corscrew you will never see anywhere. This is a hip replacement prosthesis that we use in the elderly who have a fractured hip. It's called a Moore's prosthesis. Someone has appropriately attached a worm to it. And it works. Great handle.
Alban Haché, Canada
The Gallery of New Corkscrews Offered as "Old" Special Edition has been updated.
What are these?
Five more from the collection of Alf Erickson.
The Answers will appear in tomorrow's edition of The Daily Screw.
©2003 Don Bull, Editor