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Key Benefits

Lateral serrations, which are hidden when the scissor is closed and exposed when open, cutting on the way out of the corpora.

Technical Aspects

21 cm (8”) long in a 7 mm (distal corpora) and 10 mm (proximal corpora) width.

Method of Use

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Using the Mooreville-Wilson Prep Tool for prepping the corpora to receive the prosthesis. Dilating and measurement in one easy step:

 

Details

Key Benefits

Smooth surface. No indents to collect bacteria. Comes apart for internal cleaning.

Technical Aspects

18 cm long, 9 mm wide. Introducer is made of two mirror image halves, which can come apart, and form a central channel, when together, through which the pusher travels.

Features

Made from surgical steel. Can be resterilized.

Details

Key Benefits

Smooth surface. No indents to collect bacteria.

Technical Aspects

27 cm long, 9-11 and 10-12 mm diameters

Features

Made from surgical steel. Can be sterilized

Details

Key Benefits

Makes introduction of prosthesis components easier with the increased beak length. It works well from both the supra-pubic approach as well as from the penoscrotal one.

Technical Aspects

9 cm, 7.5 cm, and 12 cm beaks

Features

Made from surgical steel

Details

Key Benefits

Smooth surface. No indents to collect bacteria.

Technical Aspects

27 cm long by 11 mm diameter

Features

Made from surgical steel. Can be sterilized.