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The scalpel, during the dissection of the muscles, met with granulations which blunted the edge of the instrument.
There was nowhere a factory that could make a scalpel, to say nothing of more ingeniously contrived surgical implements.
Each stroke of the pen, or rather each turn of the scalpel, amazes us by its keen penetration.
THE LAND OF CONTRASTSJAMES FULLARTON MUIRHEAD
The duct is now severed with the scalpel at a point a little way from the papilla as shown at G in Fig. 3.
FUR FARMING FOR PROFITHERMON BASIL LAYMON
The protruding mass may then be cleanly excised by means of a scalpel.
The same terrible anatomist, with a flash of its scalpel, cuts down as it passes the bird which skims the waves.
THE INSECTJULES MICHELET
With the curved scissors or the scalpel it is severed as high up as is possible.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
Scalpel, skalp′el, n. a small surgical knife for dissecting and operating.
With the cutting edge of the scalpel turned towards the opening of the wound, the sheath is then slit from below upwards.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
No candor, no tolerance, no allowance for human weakness, blunted the scalpel in their dexterous hands.
THE WOMAN-HATERCHARLES READE

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