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Adson forceps

Summary Information: Adson forceps

Adson forceps: Adson forceps are a hand-held medical instrument with a beak used during surgery to grasp tissues for dissection and suturing. Adson forceps have a serrated surface (teeth) for firmly grasping tissue without a crushing force. Forceps are commonly known as tweezers outside the medical community.

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