Speculum in anus
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A NEW TYPE OF RECTAL SPECULUM FOR USE IN EXAMINING AND OPERATING
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Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway. Perfect for fetish play and medical play, the Rectal Speculum lets you take a good, hard look Opens up the rectum wide then locks into place for ultimate control, the Rectal Speculum allows you to open up your partner's anus and take a very close look.
What You Need to Know About the Speculum
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. A rectal speculum combining both a direct and a lateral view without removal and reinsertion of the speculum is of advantage both in examining the rectum and in operative work. The instrument I use is essentially a short, split, circular tube provided with an obturator and also with a hinge joint on its inferior surface; the handles controlling the sides are kept apart by a spring between them or in any intermediate position between "open" and "closed" by means of the automatic rachet-way between the handles. A long lip on the edge of the rachet-bar effectually prevents pinching of the mucosa on withdrawing the instrument, as complete closure cannot be made except by deliberate attempt.
A speculum Latin for "mirror"; plural specula or speculums is a medical tool for investigating body orifices , with a form dependent on the orifice for which it is designed. In old texts, the speculum may also be referred to as a diopter or dioptra. Vaginal and anal specula were used by the ancient Greeks and Romans ,  and speculum artifacts have been found in Pompeii. Marion Sims , consists of a hollow cylinder with a rounded end that is divided into two hinged parts, somewhat like the beak of a duck.