Definition of Trochars
1. trochar [n] - See also: trochar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trochars
Literary usage of Trochars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Text-book of Urology in Men, Women and Children, Including Urinary and by Victor Cox Pedersen (1919)
"The wounds by the trochars are stitched up and a dressing and splint applied. The knee is the best joint for this treatment. Resection of the joint and ..."
2. Illustrated manual of operative surgery and surgical anatomy by Claude Bernard (1864)
"Formerly, to perform the operation of tracheotomy, trochars of various forms, both straight and curved, were used, and these were thrust into the trachea. ..."
3. The veterinarian's vade mecum by John Gamgee (1858)
"The stomach is punctured by trochars, such as are represented by figs. ... These trochars are used in the following manner: —A spot is chosen midway between ..."