Metzenbaum scissors


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Metzenbaum scissors

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Metzenbaum scissors

(mets′ĕn-bawm″)
[M. Metzenbaum, U.S. otorhinolaryngologist, 1876–1944]
A surgical scissors with a long shank, used for delicate tissue dissection.

Metzenbaum scissors

lightly built curved scissors with blunt-pointed, narrow blades.
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To finish development of the paraurethral passage, I pass standard Metzenbaum scissors through each hydrodissected tunnel until I feel the underside of the pubic bone, but no further.
I then remove the vaginal clamps and use Metzenbaum scissors as a spacer between the sling and the urethra.
19 Metzenbaum scissors, curved, with TC coated cutting edge, 8"to 9"
Along with the Autonomy(TM) Laparo-Angle(TM) Needle Holder, Cambridge Endo will offer a full line of 5 mm instruments including Metzenbaum Scissors, Maryland Dissector, and Electrosurgery Hook.
Surgical dissection can be performed with either a scalpel, Metzenbaum scissors, or electrical needle device.
Two of the advertisements utilize an image of Metzenbaum scissors, which are used to puncture a hole in the baby's skull, and discuss their role in partialbirth abortion.
Metzenbaum Scissors straight, 6-7 inches(Tungsten carbide),
Cutting into the cervix will feel tough against the tips of the Metzenbaum scissors, while cutting into the softer beefy-appearing detrusor muscles will manifest with excessive bleeding.
Cambridge Endo's 5 mm instrument line includes the Autonomy(TM) Laparo- Angle(TM) Needle Holder, Metzenbaum Scissors, Maryland Dissector, and Electrosurgery Hook.
is a modification of the Metzenbaum scissors that are used in gynecology (figure).
Metzenbaum scissors or a knife can then be used to excise the vaginal mucosa.