serrefine

serre·fine

(sār-ĕ-fēn'),
A small spring forceps used for approximating the edges of a wound or for temporarily closing an artery during an operation.
[Fr.]

ser·re·fine

(ser-ĕ-fēn')
A small spring forceps used for approximating the edges of a wound or for temporarily closing an artery during an operation.
[Fr.]

serrefine

(sār-fēn′) [Fr.]
A small wire-spring forceps for compressing bleeding vessels.
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