Ophthalmic Instruments- Iris Forceps
Iris forceps are a type of surgical instrument commonly used in ophthalmology and plastic surgery. They are small, delicate forceps with very fine tips, usually measuring around 10 cm in length. They are designed to grasp and manipulate fine tissue, such as the delicate structures of the eye or small incisions in plastic surgery procedures. The tips of iris forceps are often serrated to provide a better grip on tissue. The jaws of the forceps are typically short and angled, allowing the surgeon to work in tight spaces with precision and control. Iris forceps can be straight or curved, and may be available in a variety of lengths and tip configurations to suit different surgical applications.
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