Definition of Surgical knife

1. Noun. A very sharp knife used in surgery.

Specialized synonyms: Catling, Lance, Lancet, Scalpel
Generic synonyms: Knife, Surgical Instrument



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Surgical Knife

surgeonries
surgeonry
surgeons
surger
surgeries
surgers
surgery
surges
surgical
surgical contraception
surgical dressing
surgical gown
surgical gowns
surgical incision
surgical instrument
surgical knife (current term)
surgical operation
surgical procedure
surgical procedures
surgical process
surgical seam
surgical spirit
surgical strike
surgically
surgicenter
surgicenters
surgier
surgiest
surgiholic
surgiholics

Literary usage of Surgical knife

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

1. Clinical lectures on diseases of women by James Young Simpson (1863)
"... been tried with the view of preparing surgical patients to encounter the danger of the surgical knife with increased chances of escape and safety. ..."

2. Clinical Lectures on the Diseases of Women by James Young Simpson (1872)
"... on the contrary, liable to be attacked after a very small wound, and a slight application of the surgical knife. The great question for solution is, ..."

3. Skin Cancer by Henry Honeyman Hazen (1916)
"SURGICAL. Knife.—At times it is difficult to decide which is the best form of treatment for a special case. The patient usually dreads the knife, ..."

4. Acupressure: A New Method of Arresting Surgical Haemorrhage and of by James Young Simpson (1864)
"... liable to be attacked with that disease after a very small wound, and a slight application of the surgical knife. The great question for solution is, ..."

5. Clinical lectures on diseases of women by James Young Simpson (1863)
"... been tried with the view of preparing surgical patients to encounter the danger of the surgical knife with increased chances of escape and safety. ..."

6. Clinical Lectures on the Diseases of Women by James Young Simpson (1872)
"... on the contrary, liable to be attacked after a very small wound, and a slight application of the surgical knife. The great question for solution is, ..."

7. Skin Cancer by Henry Honeyman Hazen (1916)
"SURGICAL. Knife.—At times it is difficult to decide which is the best form of treatment for a special case. The patient usually dreads the knife, ..."

8. Acupressure: A New Method of Arresting Surgical Haemorrhage and of by James Young Simpson (1864)
"... liable to be attacked with that disease after a very small wound, and a slight application of the surgical knife. The great question for solution is, ..."

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