bilabe

bi·labe

(bī'lāb),
Forceps for seizing and removing urethral or small vesical calculi.
[bi- + L. labium, lip]

bilabe

[bī′lāb]
Etymology: L, bis + labium, lip
a narrow forceps used to remove small calculi from the bladder by way of the urethra.

bilabe

An obsolete device for removing urinary tract calculi.

bilabe

(bī′lāb″) [ bi- + labium]
A long, thin surgical instrument with a hinged lower jaw. It is inserted into the bladder via the urethra to remove small calculi from the bladder.