Fleam

A fleam, also flem, flew, flue, fleame, or phleam, was a handheld instrument used for bloodletting. == History == This name for handheld venepuncture devices first appears in Anglo-Saxon manuscripts at around A.D. 1000. The name is probably derived from the phlebotome from phlebos, Greek for vein, and tome, meaning to cut. These instruments are th...
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Fleam

• (n.) A sharp instrument used for opening veins, lancing gums, etc.; a kind of lancet.
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Fleam

Fleam noun [ French flamme , Old French flieme , from Late Latin flevotomum , phlebotomum ; confer Dutch vlijm . See Phlebotomy .] (Surg. & Far.) A sharp instrument used for opening veins, lancing gums, etc.; a kind of lancet. Fleam tooth ,
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fleam

sharp instrument used for opening veins, lancing gums, etc.; a kind of lancet.
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fleam

surgical instrument
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