Mayo scissors


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Mayo scissors

(mā′ō″) [Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN]
A sturdy curved or straight scissors with sharp edges and a blunt tip used in a wide variety of operations.

Mayo,

Charles Horace, U.S. surgeon, 1865-1939.
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It was then held with dry towel and resected at its base using a long mayo scissors (Fig.
Using curved Mayo scissors or my finger, I mobilize the rectum away from the vaginal epithelium.
26.25 cm (10 ) long large, scissors, mayo scissors, straight, light model, flattened joints 165 mm, scissors, mayo scissors, angled on flat, flat blades, 165 mm, dissecting forceps, round serrated tips, 178 mm.
Most doctors use a knife, but Mayo scissors also work and allow you to protect bowel with your fingers.
You can slide a Mayo scissors or the suction tip through the other finger hole.