Francke needle

Franc·ke nee·dle

(frahng'ke),
a small, lancet-shaped, spring-activated needle, used to evacuate a small effusion of blood.
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Franc·ke nee·dle

(frahng'kĕ nē'dĕl)
A small lancet-shaped, spring-activated needle, used to evacuate a small effusion of blood.
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Francke,

Karl E., German physician, 1859-1920.
Francke needle - a small lancet-shaped, spring-activated needle, used to evacuate a small effusion of blood.
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