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Punches, Surgical, Skin

Definition : Surgical punches designed to excise a segment of tissue (typically in the form of a thin disc several millimeters in diameter) from the skin during surgical procedures. These devices are typically handheld, manual instruments with a hollow tube sharpened at the distal end and a handle; some handles can be used with a set of interchangeable cutting tips. Skin surgical punches are usually stronger and larger than skin punches used for biopsy; they are used mainly in plastic surgery (e.g., to remove skin blemishes) and for removal of small dermal tumors.

Entry Terms : "Skin Surgery Punches" , "Dermal Surgery Punches" , "Punches, Dermal" , "Skin Punches" , "Punches, Skin"

UMDC code : 22718

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A & E Medical Corp

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Certified to International and European Medical Quality Standards since 1997, Alto Development Corporation additionally has obtained the European Union CE Mark designation for many of its products. Based in the USA, Alto Development Corporation is also a United States FDA registered medical device manufacturer. A&E Medical Corporation is a wholly owned retail trade name of Alto Development Corporation.

Fine Surgical Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

As a leading manufacturer and distributor of a wide range of quality surgical instruments, we are dedicated to servicing and supplying the worldwide medical industry with the highest quality surgical instruments at a reasonable price.

Maxtown Medical Corp

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Tulip Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

Tulip Products began with a simple idea: creative progress. The dictionary defines creative as "characterized by invention and imagination" and it defines progress as "movement toward a higher or better stage". That's what was behind my invention of the patented Tulip syringe system.

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