Pare suture


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Pa·ré su·ture

(pah-rē'),
the approximation of the edges of a wound by pasting strips of cloth to the surface and stitching them instead of the skin.

Paré suture

An obsolete form of open-wound approximation in which a plaster cloth was attached to both sides and the cloth, rather than the skin, was sewed together. Devised by French surgeon Ambroise Paré (1510–1590).

Pa·ré su·ture

(pah-rā' sū'chŭr)
The approximation of the edges of a wound by pasting strips of cloth to the surface and stitching them instead of the skin.

Paré,

Ambroise, French surgeon, 1510-1590.
Paré suture - the approximation of the edges of a wound by pasting strips of cloth to the surface and stitching them instead of the skin.