Speculum Somniorum Perfractum (Or, The Suffusive Resurgence Of Misoneism)


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  1. Speculum found in: Castroviejo Eye Speculum, Barraquer Eye Speculum, Speculums, Curettes and Gynecological Instruments, Pro Advantage® Disposable Vaginal.
  2. Jun 27,  · A speculum is a duck-bill-shaped device that doctors use to see inside a hollow part of your body and diagnose or treat disease. One common use of the speculum is for vaginal exams.
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  4. I do not understand the plastic speculum. I know that the first gynocologist I saw used a small metal speculum which was uncomfortable but fine. I've also had some gynocologists use some plastic speculums that are less comfortable than metal ones but still no pain. The past 2 exams I have had have felt like I was being torn open and as the.
  5. Objectives: To assess to what extent a speculum examination after a bimanual examination influences the accuracy of diagnosis and subsequent management of women with bleeding in early pregnancy in an accident and emergency (A&E) department. Method: A prospective study over a five month period included women presenting to A&E with vaginal bleeding at.
  6. Vaginal Speculum McKesson Graves NonSterile Office Grade Acrylic Medium Double Blade Duckbill Disposable Corded Light Source Compatible. Medium, Inch (30 mm) X Inch ( mm) blades For use with MFR# KleenSpec® Illumination System (with cord) Designed to work with the most popular vaginal specula illumination sy .
  7. Vaginal speculums by Dynarex are made of smooth, durable plastic. Dynarex vaginal speculums easily locks in a variety of positions. This disposable vaginal speculum is individually wrapped. Disposable vaginal speculums and most Dynarex medical supplies are sold by the box or case. The Graves style speculum also accommodates light source.
  8. Oct 07,  · Doctors are finally redesigning the speculum, the tool used during gynecological visits, after years.

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