Walsham forceps

Walsham forceps

Forceps used to correct lateral deviation of a fractured nose, by disimpacting and repositioning the bone fragments.
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The fractured segments were disimpacted and realigned into their correct anatomic positions with a Walsham forceps. Two 18-gauge hypodermic needles were passed horizontally across the bony nasal vault, and they acted as conduits for the placement of two 26-gauge stainless-steel wires (figure 2, A).