Brown-Adson forceps

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Brown-Ad·son for·ceps

(brown ad'sŏn),
an Adson forceps with about 16 delicate teeth on each tip.

Brown-Adson forceps

Etymology: James B. Brown, American plastic surgeon, 1899-1971; Alfred W. Adson, American neurosurgeon, 1887-1951


James, U.S. plastic surgeon, 1899-1971.
Blair-Brown graft - see under Blair
Brown-Adson forceps - an Adson forceps with about 16 delicate teeth on each tip.


Alfred Washington, U.S. neurosurgeon, 1887-1951.
Adson aneurysm needle
Adson angular hook
Adson brain clip
Adson brain-exploring cannula
Adson brain forceps
Adson brain hook
Adson brain retractor
Adson brain suction tip
Adson brain suction tube
Adson cerebellar retractor
Adson cranial rongeur
Adson drainage cannula
Adson dural hook
Adson dural knife
Adson dural protector
Adson forceps
Adson Gigli saw
Adson Gigli-saw guide
Adson head rest
Adson maneuver - Synonym(s): Adson test
Adson microbipolar forceps
Adson microdressing forceps
Adson microtissue forceps
Adson procedure - Synonym(s): Adson test
Adson scalp clip
Adson scalp clip-applying forceps
Adson syndrome - (1) thoracic outlet syndrome. Synonym(s): Naffziger syndrome; - (2) cerebral sphingolipidosis.
Adson test - a test for thoracic outlet syndrome. Synonym(s): Adson maneuver; Adson procedure
Brown-Adson forceps - see under Brown, James

Brown-Adson forceps

standard tissue forceps with the opposing blade surfaces covered with long, needle-like teeth.