The use of a substance at subfreezing temperature to destroy or remove tissue
an agent that will prevent the growth or arrest the development of microorganisms.
an instrument that permits viewing inside a body cavity
To unite parte by stitching them together
lessening of the fluidity of a liquid substance; clotting or curdling.
an instrument used to hold back tissue, making the operative site easier to visualize
opposed to; unfavorable
unlikely to cause an allergic reaction
to place in contact with microorganisms
diagnostic methods involving entry into living tissue
an agent that produces insensibility to pain or touch, either generally or locally
an apparatus used to cauterize tissue with heat from a current of electricity
a type of forceps
an instrument used to grasp tissue and to clamp blood vessels
cutting clasping dilating
classifications of instruments