Rectal Biopsy Forceps
Rectal biopsy forceps
The rectal biopsy forceps is a surgical instrument that is ideally preferred by surgeons to obtain a biopsy sample from the rectum. The instrument is often used in conjunction with a rectoscope.
The main parts of the instrument are a pistol grip handle which is great for grasping and removing the biopsy from the rectal mucosa, sharp forceps and an oval basket to collect the biopsy material. The narrow and long shaft of the rectal biopsy forceps easily accesses the rectum allowing the surgeons to take the biopsy with ease. The Surtex instruments rectal biopsy forceps are available in different designs including the Yeoman Rectal biopsy forceps with a slender shaft that is 42 cm long, ideal for taking biopsy specimens with an anuscope or a proctoscope. The forceps is designed in different pattern such as this Yeoman Rectal biopsy forceps with a fenestrated blade that is best for gripping a polyp and excising it for a biopsy.