jeweler's forceps

jew·el·er's for·ceps

a small thumb forceps with very fine pointed blades, used to grasp tissues in microsurgical procedures.

jeweler's forceps

a thumb forceps with very fine, pointed tips, used for microvascular and ophthalmic procedures.

jew·el·er's for·ceps

(jū'ĕl-ĕrz fōr'seps)
A small thumb forceps with very fine pointed blades, used to grasp tissues in microsurgical procedures.

Jeweler's forceps

a range of microvascular instruments, numbered according to size with the highest number being the smallest, used for working with small vessels.
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