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a surgical instrument shaped like a scoop to remove tissue from a bodily cavity

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Two early pregnancies were difficult to reach with the curette, one because of a distortion of the cervical canal and one because of a uterus duplex.
Connected to a titanium shaft, the handle is overmolded with silicone, replacing conventional all-metal curettes and reducing weight by about 40 grams.
4%), followed by the use of scalers and curettes (56%), seeing the needle (54.
It lists all the equipment and drugs needed - from a generator and water tank to rubber gloves and vacuum curettes - including the last item: a licence.
a minority business enterprise that manufactures and distributes disposable ear curettes to acute care and continuum of care facilities.
I learned to use Gracey curettes and scale subgingivally.
has introduced its new double-ended ear curettes with a patent-pending, "no-roll" triangle handle.
After the defect is identified, its edges are debrided to healthy hyaline cartilage with curettes, a knife blade, or an arthroscopic resector blade.
HEBU Medical, a German-based manufacturer of high-end surgical equipment, unveiled its Neuroline[TM] line of surgical curettes late last year, the first of its kind employing a titanium shaft connected to Radel[R] R polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) handles over-molded with silicone rubber.
The global biopsy devices market is segmented into the following categories: Biopsy Devices Market, by Product Type Needle-based Biopsy Guns Vacuum-assisted Biopsy (VAB) Devices Core Needle Biopsy (CNB) Devices Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy (FNAB) Devices Biopsy Needles Disposable Reusable Biopsy Forceps Cold (General) Biopsy Forceps Hot Biopsy Forceps Biopsy Guidance Systems Manual Systems Robotic Systems Others Biopsy Brushes Biopsy Punches Biopsy Curettes Biopsy Devices Market, by Geography North America Europe Asia Rest of the World (RoW)
2) This is similar to the education of hygienists today, where students use typodont models to learn and master scalers and curettes, grasp, fulcrum and strokes before being introduced to a live patient.
They include curettes and wire loops of various types, microalligator forceps, and suctioning.
I can do a more complete discectomy with this system than with conventional curettes and pituitary rongeurs.