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curette

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a surgical instrument for removing dead tissue, growths, etc., from the walls of certain body cavities
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The most common reasons found in the "Other" category were probe and periodontal curettes. This finding signifies the importance of proper and efficient handling of syringes while performing the procedures.
You've combined state-of-the-art technology in metallur- gy, heat treatment and cryogenics to create a su- perior stainless steel that keeps your scalers and curettes sharper longer.
We used an ear curette to gently lift the upper and lower lateral cartilages individually to specifically identify internal or external nasal valve insufficiency [12].
Find someone in the community who is skilled with a curette to show you his or her tricks.
You will have a mild general anaesthetic during which the gynaecologist inserts a small instrument (curette) through the dilated cervix into the uterus and removes the inside layer of the uterus, called the endometrium.
BAHRAINI dentist Dr Suhyla Al Safar will trade her dental curette for clay when she takes part in a live sculpting event starting tomorrow at the Al A'ali Shopping Complex.
If the problem persists, your doctor may use a suction device or a small instrument called a curette to remove the wax.
The DermTec single-use, disposable Brewer Curette is an indispensable surgical instrument for resident wound care.
It involves opening the neck of the womb with smooth metal rods (dilators) then using a long, spoon-shaped instrument (curette) to scrape away the lining of the womb and any unwanted tissue.
"Maggots do a phenomenal job of cleaning out dead tissue [in portions of a wound] where your curette or scalpel blade can't go."
If the removal kit doesn't work within four days of use, your child's doctor can use warm water or a special tool called a curette to carefully remove the wax.
He said he 'lobbed it away', and told the tribunal a sharp spoon, or curette, bearing a European Community CE, should have been offered to carry out the procedure of scraping off cartilage and damaged bone around the hip socket.