Cooley, Denton

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Denton, 20th century U.S. surgeon.
Cooley anastomosis
Cooley anastomosis clamp
Cooley anastomosis forceps
Cooley aortic aneurysm clamp
Cooley aortic clamp
Cooley aortic retractor
Cooley aortic vent needle
Cooley arterial occlusion forceps
Cooley arteriotomy scissors
Cooley atrial retractor
Cooley auricular appendage forceps
Cooley bronchial clamp
Cooley bulldog clamp
Cooley cardiac tucker
Cooley cardiovascular forceps
Cooley cardiovascular scissors
Cooley cardiovascular suction tube
Cooley caval occlusion clamp
Cooley chisel
Cooley coarctation clamp
Cooley coarctation forceps
Cooley coronary dilator
Cooley curved forceps
Cooley dilator
Cooley double-angled jaw forceps
Cooley first-rib shears
Cooley graft clamp
Cooley graft forceps
Cooley iliac clamp
Cooley iliac forceps
Cooley intrapericardial anastomosis
Cooley microvascular needle holder
Cooley neonatal retractor
Cooley neonatal vascular clamp
Cooley partial occlusion clamp
Cooley patent ductus clamp
Cooley patent ductus forceps
Cooley pediatric aortic forceps
Cooley pediatric clamp
Cooley pediatric dilator
Cooley peripheral vascular forceps
Cooley probe-point scissors
Cooley renal clamp
Cooley reverse-cut scissors
Cooley rib contractor
Cooley rib retractor
Cooley sternotomy retractor
Cooley suction tube
Cooley sump tube
Cooley tangential pediatric forceps
Cooley tissue forceps
Cooley U-sutures
Cooley valve dilator
Cooley vascular forceps
Cooley vascular tissue forceps
Cooley vena cava catheter clamp
Cooley vena cava clamp
References in classic literature ?
What he desires is to absorb as many lives as he can, and he has laid himself out to achieve it in a cumulative way.
Their cumulative effect is certainly considerable, and yet each of them is quite possible in itself.
The cumulative effect of all the dreadful sights which we had seen upon our journey was heavy upon my soul.
The audience ended by fairly roaring under the cumulative effect of absurdity.
I believe," continued Lawrence, "that there have been cases where the cumulative effect of a drug, administered for some time, has ended by causing death.
Sacred cities, to which a periodical religious pilgrimage was enjoined, or stringent laws and customs, tending to invigorate the national bond, were the check on the old rovers; and the cumulative values of long residence are the restraints on the itineracy of the present day.
He was convinced of Neville's innocence of any part in the ugly disappearance; and yet so many little circumstances combined so wofully against him, that he dreaded to add two more to their cumulative weight.
It was the cumulative effect of having a mother in reduced circumstances and grumbling about it, of being compelled to work and grumbling about that, and of achieving in her work only a semi-success and grumbling about that also, that--backed by her looks--enabled Claire to give quite a number of people, and Bill Dawlish in particular, the impression that she was a modern martyr, only sustained by her indomitable courage.
Do they yield so laudably to the vast and cumulative influence of such enterprise and such renown; do those little rills become absorbed so quietly and easily, and, as it were by the influence of natural laws, so beautifully, in the swoop of the majestic stream as it flows upon its wondrous way enriching the surrounding lands; that their course is perfectly to be calculated, and distinctly to be predicated?
Tulliver was in a position neither new nor striking, but, like other every-day things, sure to have a cumulative effect that will be felt in the long run: he was held to be a much more substantial man than he really was.