Definition of Osteotomes

1. Noun. (plural of osteotome) ¹



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Definition of Osteotomes

1. osteotome [n] - See also: osteotome

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Osteotomes

osteoses
osteosis
osteosis cutis
osteosis eburnisans monomelica
osteosises
osteospongioma
osteosteatoma
osteostracan
osteosuture
osteosynthesis
osteothrombosis
osteotome
osteotomes (current term)
osteotomies
osteotomist
osteotomists
osteotomy
osteotribe
osteotrite
osteotrophy
osteotropic
osteotympanic
osteozoa
osterducken
osterix
ostertagia
ostertagiasis

Literary usage of Osteotomes

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1. An Encyclopædic Index of Medicine and Surgery by Edward John Bermingham (1882)
"Saws, osteotomes and chisels. Saws are very narrow and either blades or chains. osteotomes resemble chisels, but they are bevelled ..."

2. Manual of operative surgery by John Fairbairn Binnie (1921)
"C) osteotomes, or wedge-shaped chisels, are the only chisels suitable for ing a clean cut ... Various surgeons have modified ewen's osteotomes, but only in ..."

3. An Index of Surgery: Being a Concise Classification of the Main Facts and by Charles Robert Bell Keetley (1885)
"Saws, osteotomes, and chisels. Saws are very narrow, and either blades or chains. osteotomes resemble chisels, but they are bevelled on both surfaces, ..."

4. Orthopaedic Surgery for Students and General Practitioners: Preliminary by Robert Tunstall Taylor (1907)
"A camera and skin pencil are also useful for the same purpose- The osteotomes which have been found most useful by the author are known as the MacEwen ..."

5. Surgery, Its Principles and Practice by William Williams Keen (1909)
"osteotomes of different thickness may be used, the thinner being used last as the ... These osteotomes are marked with the measuring grooves on the blade to ..."

6. Manual of Operative Surgery by Joseph Decatur Bryant (1886)
"It can be tested upon the thigh-bone of the ox, when, if it neither turn nor chip, it is calculated to withstand the test of human bone. osteotomes vary in ..."

7. Verhandlungen des X. Internationalen medicinischen congresses: Berlin, 4.-9 by László Farkas, Congress Internationale Medicinische (1891)
"This can easily be avoided by the use of several osteotomes of graduated thicknesses, ') Many osteotomes are formed by the instrumentmaker carelessly, ..."

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