Farabeuf amputation

Far·a·beuf am·pu·ta·tion

(fahr-ă-buf'),
1. amputation of the leg, the flap being large and on the outer side;
2. amputation of the foot; disarticulation of the foot through the subtalar joint and the talo-navicular joint.

Far·a·beuf am·pu·ta·tion

(fahr'ă-buf amp'yū-tā'shŭn)
1. Surgical removal of the leg, the flap being large and on the outer side.
2. Surgical removal of the foot; disarticulation of the foot through the subtalar joint and the talonavicular joint.

Farabeuf,

Louis H., French surgeon, 1841-1910.
Farabeuf amputation - amputation of the leg or of the foot.
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Farabeuf double-ended retractor
Farabeuf elevator
Farabeuf forceps
Farabeuf raspatory
Farabeuf retractor
Farabeuf saw
Farabeuf triangle - the triangle formed by the internal jugular and facial veins and the hypoglossal nerve.