Emmet needle

Em·met nee·dle

(em'ĕt),
a strong needle with the eye in the point, having a wide curve, and set in a handle, used to pass a ligature around an undissected structure.

Em·met nee·dle

(em'ĕt nē'dĕl)
A strong needle with the eye in the point, having a wide curve, and set in a handle, used to pass a ligature around an undissected structure.

Emmet,

Thomas A., U.S. gynecologist, 1828-1919.
Emmet forceps
Emmet hemostatic bag
Emmet needle - a needle that is used to pass a ligature around an undissected structure.
Emmet operation - suture repair of a cervix uteri laceration. Synonym(s): trachelorrhaphy
Emmet ovarian trocar
Emmet probe
Emmet tenaculum
Emmet uterine probe
Emmet uterine scissors