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An Allis clamp is a surgical instrument that is used in many procedures.
- The allis clamp is a surgical instrument with sharp teeth, used to hold or grasp heavy tissue. It is also used to grasp fascia and soft tissues such as breast or bowel tissue. Allis clamps can cause damage, so they are mainly used in tissue about to be removed.
-  What is allis clamp?
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