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Forceps-Assisted Vaginal Delivery: Reviving...

As the number of forceps-assisted vaginal deliveries decline, fewer resident physicians are exposed to the art of operative vaginal deliveries using obstetric forceps. With the help of a simplified animation,...

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Implant Microsurgery Transition From A Failing...

John Y. Kwan

Featuring: Physics Forceps, bone graft putty, Trutaine retainer.020 vinyl surgical stent

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Lower Left Premolar Implant Microsurgery

John Y. Kwan

Featurng: Physics Forceps, Nobel Torque Driver, Zimmer Tapered Screw Vent Implant, BioHorizons Bone Profiler, Bone Graft Putty, and Provisional Abutment / Custom Polycarbonate Crown to fabricate Immediate...

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Upper Left Implant Microsurgery

John Y. Kwan

The film shows immediate implantation, bone grafting, apical fenestration reparation, modification of an operative stent and flapless implant placement.

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How To Use Physics Forceps Good?

John Y. Kwan

success of tooth extraction is detemined by technique of using Physics Forceps.

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Provisional Immediate Implant After Tooth...

John Y. Kwan

This video shows an immediate implantation after tooth extraction.

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Debulking Of The Esophageal Tumor - Forceps...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Devitalization of Pathologic Tissue. The video clip shows a large segment of tumor that was removed with this forceps. tumor treatment, especially in the case of bulky tumors, requires effective...

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Debulking Of The Esophageal Tumor - Forceps...

Gastroenterology Atlas

A special forceps was used to remove neoplastic tissues. The normal esophageal lumen measures approximately 25 mm in functional diameter. When the lumen diameter is decreased to 13 mm, everyone has...

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Endoscopic view of Barrett Esophagus -jumbo...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Some biopsies were taken with jumbo forceps. The use of the larger 3.4 mm forceps results in larger biopsies than the standard 2.4 mm biopsy forceps, and they are therefore best for diagnostic purposes....

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