Farabeuf retractor


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Farabeuf retractor

(far-ă-boof′)
[Louis H. Farabeuf, Fr. surgeon, 1841–1910]
A surgical handheld retractor with a broad, curved C-shaped clamp at each end, used to hold deep tissues away from an operative field.

Farabeuf,

Louis H., French surgeon, 1841-1910.
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Farabeuf retractor

a hand- and finger-held surgical instrument with flat blades, one each end, designed for holding back tissues in deep cavities.