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scoop

(skūp),
A narrow, spoonlike instrument for extracting the contents of cavities or cysts.
[A.S. skopa]
Drug slang A regional term for GHB
Emergency Scoop stretcher

scoop

(skoop)
A spoon-shaped surgical instrument.

bone scoop

A curette for scraping or removing necrosed bone or the contents of suppurative tracts.

bullet scoop

A spoon-shaped object used for dislodging bullets or shrapnel.

ear scoop

A curet for removing middle ear granulations.

lithotomy scoop

An instrument for dislodging encysted stones or debris.

mastoid scoop

An instrument used in mastoid operations.

renal scoop

An instrument used to dislodge or remove small stones from the pelvis of a kidney.
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As a most important provider of caps and scoops for infant nutrition, Plasticum knows accurately how to develop and manufacture a package that is personalized to the requirements of end-users and, possibly even more important, to the necessities of the most extremely regulated food industry.
The scoops have inner graduation marking for easy measurements when dispensing ingredients such as Hour and sugar.
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The cross on this bone scoop may just be decoration, but it may also have enabled the original owner to identify which scoop was theirs.
Curiosity will scoop and shake a third measure of soil and place it in an observation tray for inspection by cameras mounted on the rover's mast.
The desiccant scoops are made with pharmaceutical grade PP and are traditionally off-white, although they can be manufactured in an array of colors.
Sadly, when it comes to getting your dessert this scoop isn't the pick of the bunch.
Place the scoops in the bag, and put the cherry aside.
Despite the well-documented benefits of using SCOOP catheters, transtracheal oxygen therapy performed on an outpatient basis remains labor-intensive.
The HydraCrusher fits on the front a scoop tram, a type of front-end loader used in mines.
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