Coffey suspension

Cof·fey sus·pen·sion

(kof'ē),
an operative technique following partial excision of the cornu, as in salpingectomy, whereby the broad and the round ligaments are sutured over the cornual wound to restore continuity of the peritoneum and to suspend the uterus on the operated side.

Coffey,

Robert, U.S. surgeon, 1869-1933.
Coffey incision
Coffey suspension - an operative technique following partial excision of the cornu, as in salpingectomy, whereby the broad and the round ligaments are sutured over the cornual wound to restore continuity of the peritoneum and to suspend the uterus on the operated side.
Coffey ureterointestinal anastomosis
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