Logan bow

Lo·gan bow

(lō'găn),
heavy stainless steel wire bent in an arc and taped to both cheeks to protect a freshly repaired cleft lip.
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Lo·gan bow

(lō'găn bō)
Heavy stainless steel wire bent in an arc and taped to both cheeks to protect a freshly repaired cleft lip.
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Logan,

William H.G., early 20th century U.S. plastic surgeon.
Logan bow - heavy stainless steel wire bent in an arc and taped to both cheeks to protect the incision and to relieve tension on a freshly repaired cleft lip.
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