Mayo scissors


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Mayo scissors

See scissors.

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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Mayo scissors

heavy-duty surgical sissors with narrowed but blunt pointed blades, which may be straight or curved.
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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.
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.