Albert suture


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Al·bert su·ture

(al'bĕrt),
a modified Czerny suture, the first row of stitches passing through the entire thickness of the wall of the gut.

Al·bert su·ture

(ahl'bert sū'chŭr)
A modified Czerny suture, the first row of stitches passing through the entire thickness of the wall of the gut.

Albert,

Eduard, Austrian surgeon, 1841-1900.
Albert disease - inflammation of the bursa between the Achilles tendon and the os calcis. Synonym(s): Swediaur disease
Albert suture - a modified Czerny suture, the first row of stitches passing through the entire thickness of the wall of the gut.