Campbell sound

Camp·bell sound

(kam'bĕl),
a miniature sound with a short, round-tipped beak, especially curved for the deep urethra of the young male.

Campbell,

Meredith F., 20th century U.S. pediatric urologist.
Campbell sound - a miniature sound with a short round-tipped beak, especially curved for the deep urethra of the young male.
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