ligator


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li·ga·tor

(lī'gā-tŏr, -tōr),
An instrument used in the ligation of vessels in deep and nearly inaccessible parts.

ligator

A surgical instrument used to facilitate LIGATION of inaccessible blood vessels.
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The company currently has five employees but plans to use a portion of the net proceeds of the initial public offering to expand its sales and marketing force as it intensifies its ligator marketing plans.
The procedure of band ligation was conducted using Saeed multiband ligator shooter.
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This decision stems from managements objective to evaluate and consider alternate methods that will increase the rate of adoption of its proprietary O'Regan Disposable Ligator.
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