avivement

a·vive·ment

(ah-vēv-mawn[h]'),
Obsolete term for the excision of the edges of a wound to facilitate the healing process.
[Fr. aviver, to quicken, revive]

avivement

(ă-vēv-mŏn′) [Fr.]
Surgical trimming of wound edges before suturing them.
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3 :: Lachage de suture parietale, avivement des berges cutanees sous anesthesie locale (J8 postoperatoire).