Pennington clamp

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Slotted Pennington forceps

A Pennington clamp, also known as a Duval clamp, is a surgical clamp with a triangular eyelet. It is commonly used in body piercing to hold the skin in place, and guide the needle through it. It is named after David Geoffrey Pennington, an Australian surgeon who is a pioneer of microsurgeries.

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