Definition of Tenaculums

1. tenaculum [n] - See also: tenaculum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tenaculums

tenablenesses
tenably
tenace
tenaces
tenacious
tenaciously
tenaciousness
tenaciousnesses
tenacities
tenacity
tenacle
tenacles
tenacula
tenaculum
tenaculum forceps
tenaculums (current term)
tenacy
tenail
tenaille
tenailles
tenaillon
tenails
tenalgia
tenalgia crepitans
tenancies
tenancies by the entirety
tenancies for life
tenancy
tenancy by the entirety
tenancy for life

Literary usage of Tenaculums

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Montaigne by Tetel, Marcel (1903)
"3) at the sides of the cervix are marked by tenaculums or tissue forceps. The point C, the highest point in the anterior wall which is still entirely intact ..."

2. A Text-book on the Practice of Gynecology: For Practitioners and Students by William Easterly Ashton (1906)
"The resulting wounds are then drawn apart with tenaculums and closed by approximating their angles with catgut sutures. ..."

3. A Text-book on the Practice of Gynecology: For Practitioners and Students by William Easterly Ashton (1905)
"The resulting wounds are then drawn apart with tenaculums and closed by approximating their angles with catgut sutures. The after-treatment consists in ..."

4. A Text-book on the Practice of Gynecology: For Practitioners and Students by William Easterly Ashton (1907)
"The resulting wounds are then drawn apart with tenaculums and closed by approximating their angles with catgut sutures. ..."

5. A Text-book on the practice of gynecology: For Practitioners and Students by William Easterly Ashton (1916)
"The resulting wounds are then drawn apart with tenaculums and closed by approximating their angles with catgut sutures. The after-treatment consists in ..."

6. The ... Year Book of Obstetrics and Gynecology by Jacob Pearl Greenhil (1903)
"3 ) at the sides of the cervix are marked by tenaculums or tissue forceps. The point C, the highest point in the anterior wall which is still entirely ..."

7. Monthly Journal of Medical Science (1853)
"... tenaculums, needles, and the cautery trident. " The seventh and concluding chapter relates to those discovered instruments which are made of iron. ..."

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