Lancet may refer to:

  • In medicine:
    • Lancet (surgery), a cutting instrument (scalpel) with a double-edged blade
    • Blood lancet, a pricking needle used to obtain drops of blood for testing
    • The Lancet, a medical journal
  • In architecture:
    • Lancet arch, a narrow, tall opening with a pointed arch
    • Lancet window, a window set in a lancet arch

Other articles related to "lancet, lancets":

Augustus Stinchfield - Bibliography
... Lancet, 14184, 1894 Gastritis, Northwest ... Lancet, 15321-324, 1895 The treatment of pleurisy, Northwest ... Lancet, 16395, 1896 Nervous syndroms of Bright's disease, Northwest ...
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (Walden, New York) - Property - Church
... Three narrow Gothic lancet windows resting on a brownstone course are evenly spaced across the front, with a roundel high above ... The four-bay south face, looking out on Orchard Street, has a pair of lancet windows, similar to but smaller than their counterparts on the front ... It is broken by the chapel transept, where another lancet window was once bricked over ...
Blood Lancet
... A blood lancet, or simply lancet, is a small medical implement used for capillary blood sampling ... A blood lancet is similar to a small scalpel but with a double-edged blade or needle ... Lancets are used to make punctures, such as a fingerstick, to obtain small blood specimens ...
Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic
... The Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic was a weekly American medical journal published from 1878 to 1916, as a merger of earlier journals founded in 1842 and 1871 ... The Western Lancet was founded as a monthly journal in 1842 with L ... it merged with the Medical Observer (founded 1856), under the title of the Cincinnati Lancet and Observer ...
St Cyprian's Church, Hay Mills - South Aisle
... Moving towards the Horsfall Chapel there are 5 lancet windows with depictions of five of the apostles St Bartholomew, St Philip, St James, son of Alphaeus, St Paul and St Peter ... Lancet window of St Bartholemew Lancet window of St Philip ...