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Phineas Gage with the iron rod that went through his skull in 1848. He lived 11 more years after the accident.
Daguerreotype, 1/6 plate
Warren Anatomical Museum, Center for the History of Medicine
Wilgus B. and J. Wilgus (2009). "Face to Face with Phineas Gage". J. Hist. Neurosciences 18 (3): 340-345.