Czerny suture


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Czer·ny su·ture

(sher'nē),
the first row of the Czerny-Lembert intestinal suture; the needle enters the serosa and passes out through the submucosa or muscularis, and then enters the submucosa or muscularis of the opposite side and emerges from the serosa.

Czerny suture

(chĕr′nē-)
n.
A suture of the intestine in which the needle enters the serosa and passes out through the submucosa or muscularis, and then enters the submucosa or muscularis of the opposite side and emerges from the serosa.

Czer·ny su·ture

(sher'nē sū'chŭr)
The first row of Czerny-Lembert intestinal sutures; the needle enters the serosa and passes out through the submucosa or muscularis, and then enters the submucosa or muscularis of the opposite side and emerges from the serosa.

Czerny,

Vincenz, German surgeon, 1842-1916.
Czerny herniorrhaphy
Czerny incision
Czerny operation
Czerny rectal speculum
Czerny suture - the first row of the Czerny-Lembert intestinal suture.
Czerny-Lembert suture - an intestinal suture in two rows combining the Czerny suture (first) and the Lembert suture (second).

Czerny suture

1. an intestinal suture in which the thread is passed through the mucosa only.
2. union of a ruptured tendon by splitting one of the ends and suturing the other into the split.