baseball stitch

A type of surgical repair used to close the uterus in a classic cesarean section incision, an incision more cephalad than the now-preferred lower uterine segment incision, as it is associated with greater morbidity

baseball stitch

Surgery A type of surgical repair used to close the uterus in a classic cesarean section incision, an incision more cephalad than the now-preferred lower uterine segment incision, as it is associated with greater morbidity
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When the glue is dry, the tail is sewn, from the bottom up, using the single needle baseball stitch described previously in reference 2.
After removing the myoma, use a layered suture closure of the myometrial wall, and use a subserosal or baseball stitch to approximate the uterine serosa in a separate layer, Dr.
The inside of the shirt has a woven label that features the New York Yankees logo with a tonal baseball stitch pattern in the background.
Adhesions are minimized via two-layer closure using bioabsorbable sutures in a baseball stitch with buried knots.
One of the better form fitting styles had the front section of the center seam gathered with a modified drawstring in order to accommodate the shape of the toes and the balance of the seam up to the ankle continued in whip stitch, running stitch or baseball stitch (Fig 1).