bistoury, forceps and tubes suitable for performing tracheotomy.
Thenceforward the world was an oyster, to be opened with scalpel and with bistoury by Owen Saxham.
In the second place, I do not propose to open the chest with the bistoury.
This done, a clean incision is made with the bistoury or the scalpel in the direction of the vessels.
Once, as she passed him a bistoury, he deliberately placed his fine hand over her fingers and smiled into her eyes.
This should be picked up with the forceps, and a further incision made with the bistoury.
The mere thought of surgical instruments, a bistoury or a lance, makes me dizzy.
Perhaps the most heroic consists in opening the joint capsule with a bistoury or with the actual cautery.
After the abscess has been opened, the forceps or bistoury should be retained in position until the pus has drained away.
The cardinal had his perineum opened by La Peyronie's bistoury; but he might have confessed and communicated before the operation.
bistoury bis·tou·ry (bĭs'tə-rē)
A long, narrow-bladed knife used for opening abscesses or for slitting sinuses and fistulas.