Lembert

Lem·bert

(lahm-bār'),
Antoine, French surgeon, 1802-1851. See: Lembert suture, Czerny-Lembert suture.
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For full-thickness and larger single defects, a double-layer closure is recommended with a full-thickness inner layer (including the mucosa) in which the mucosa is inverted luminally with 3-0 absorbable suture in a running or interrupted fashion followed by a seromuscular outer layer of 3-0 absorbable or silk sutures placed in interrupted imbricating Lembert stitches.
Behind her rises the granite mass of Lembert Dome, a single, puffy white cloud floating above its brow.
Gstottner M, Neher A, Scholtz A, Millonig M, Lembert S, Raschner C.
The ventriculus was closed with 5-0 PDS (Ethicon; Johnson & Johnson, Somerville, NJ, USA) in a continuous apposing pattern oversewn with 6-0 PDS in a Lembert pattern.
Temporary tarsorraphy was performed using interrupted Lembert sutures for protection of cornea from exposure and injury.
As the stomach is very vascular it should be closed in two layers, to ensure hemostasis: a full thickness inner layer of an absorbable running suture followed by an interrupted Lembert or seromuscular absorbable suture.
Se realizaron cortes en angulo de 65[grados], desde el borde anti mesenterico hasta su union mesenterica comenzando en el lado del ileo con tijeras Metzembaun continuando en el mesenterio y entre las ligaduras de los vasos seleccionados para finalizar cortando de la misma forma el intestino en el yeyuno, posterior a este paso la reseccion se ha logrado y comenzara la anastomosis de los segmentos sanos, utilizando puntos simples interrumpidos, seguidos de un patron de Lembert.
In group-A, cystotomy wound was closed in one layer by simple continues suturing pattern, in group-B, closure was made in two layers by simple continues and lembert suturing pattern and in group-C, cystomy incision was closed by one layer simple continues suturing pattern and two layers of inverting suturing patterns.
A bexiga foi suturada com padrao Cushing seguido de Lembert, ambos com fio de poliglactina 910 4-0.
Entre los tipos de puntos esta, el simple, el Lembert (metodo de Roder), transversales (metodo de Bouchaert) (5).
La incisión fue suturada con puntos simples continuos perforantes y, para disminuir el diámetro del colon en un 50% aproximadamente, se realizó sobre esta sutura un pliegue invertido de la pared del órgano con puntos tipo Lembert.