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Lothrop Tonsil Knife And Dissector

Description: Double-ended. 12 mm bayonet shaped blade. 10 mm curved blade....
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz

Robb Tonsil Knife

Description: Double-ended. 10 mm sickle shaped blade. 27 mm blunt, curved double-edged blade....
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz

Colver Tonsil Knife And Dissector

Description: 15 mm curved blade. 8 mm straight distal tip. Serrated on top of knife. Flat handle....
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz

Dean Tonsil Knife

Description: 25 mm blunt, double-edged blade. Flat handle....
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz

Fischer Tonsil Knife And Dissector

Description: 15 mm curved blade. 8 mm straight distal tip. Serrated on top of knife. Flat handle. Designated most popular model or size....
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz

Canfield Tonsil Knife

Description: 8 mm curved blade. Cutting edge on inside of curve. Flat handle....
Company:Bausch & Lomb Storz
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