intramedullary reamer

in·tra·med·ul·lar·y ream·er

a rasp used for shaping the intramedullary canal of a large bone before inserting an appliance or prosthesis.
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In 1942, Fischer had reported, in the German literature, the use of intramedullary reamers to increase the contact area between the nail and host bone, with the hope of improving stability of the fracture.