nonabsorbable surgical sutures

nonabsorbable surgical sutures

[nonəbsôr′bəbəl]
Etymology: L, non, not, absorbere + Gk, cheirourgos, surgeon; L, sutura
sutures of silk, nylon, steel, or other materials that resist absorption. They are used mainly in deep tissues where it is important for them to remain in place.
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