bullet forceps

bul·let for·ceps

a forceps with thin curved blades with serrated grasping surfaces, for extracting a bullet from tissues.

bullet forceps

(bo͝ol′ĭt)
n.
A forceps having thin curved blades with serrated grasping surfaces for extracting a bullet from tissues.

bullet forceps

a kind of forceps that has thin, curved, serrated blades that are designed for extracting a foreign object, such as a bullet, from the base of a puncture wound.

bul·let for·ceps

(bul'ĕt fōr'seps)
A forceps with thin curved blades with serrated grasping surfaces, for extracting a bullet from tissues.
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