Lowsley tractor

Lows·ley trac·tor

(lows'lē),
a slender, curved instrument with flexible blades at its tip, which can be opened or closed by rotation at the proximal end of the tractor; it is passed through the urethra into the bladder and used to retract the prostate gland downward into the operative field in the initial stages of perineal prostatectomy.
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Lowsley,

Oswald S., U.S. urologist, 1884-1955.
Lowsley forceps
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Lowsley lithotrite
Lowsley needle
Lowsley nephropexy
Lowsley prostate retractor
Lowsley retractor
Lowsley ribbon-gut needle
Lowsley stone crusher
Lowsley tractor - instrument used in perineal prostatectomy.
Lowsley urethroscope
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Two of the more commonly performed minimally invasive techniques, the Staney procedure and use of the Lowsley tractor, were recently highlighted (Bullman, 2011).