button suture


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but·ton su·ture

a suture in which the threads are passed through the holes of a button and then tied; used to reduce the danger of the threads cutting through the flesh.

button suture

n.
A suture that is passed through a button to prevent the threads from cutting through the flesh, then tied.

button suture

a technique in suturing in which the ends of the suture material are passed through buttons on the surface of the skin and tied. It is used to prevent the suture from cutting through the skin.

but·ton su·ture

(bŭt'ŏn sū'chŭr)
A suture in which the threads are passed through the holes of a button and then tied; used to reduce the danger of the threads cutting through the flesh.

but·ton su·ture

(bŭt'ŏn sū'chŭr)
A suture in which the threads are passed through the holes of a button and then tied; used to reduce the danger of the threads cutting through the flesh.