seromuscular

seromuscular

 [se″ro-mus´ku-lar]
pertaining to the serous and muscular coats of the intestine.

seromuscular

/se·ro·mus·cu·lar/ (-mus´ku-ler) pertaining to the serous and muscular coats of the intestine.

seromuscular

(sē″rō-mŭs′kū-lăr) [″ + muscularis, muscular]
Concerning the serous and muscular layers of the intestinal wall.

seromuscular

pertaining to the serous and muscular coats of the intestine.

seromuscular suture
a suture placed across the serosa and muscular layers, but not the mucosa, of the bowel. Used in the closure of enterotomy incisions.
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Amarpal, Singh B and Kumar A Gastric seromuscular autogenous graft for oesophagoplasty in dogs: Mechanical and histological study.
These technical factors have complicated many attempts to reduce the occurrence of PF after DP by division of the pancreas with an electrocauterizer or ultrasonic dissector, occlusion of the pancreatic duct with prolamin or fibrin glue sealing, and suture of the pancreas with a stapler using a gastric or jejunal seromuscular flap.
On the seromuscular layer, 3-0 permanent suture is used in a running manner to imbricate over the first layer.
Multiple seromuscular biopsy specimens were obtained during the procedure for frozen-section examination.
Handling intraoperative seromuscular biopsies for ileostomy/colostomy or definitive pull-through can be especially challenging to the pathologist.
In emergent situations, frozen sections of adequate-size seromuscular biopsies may be helpful.
New Brunswick, NJ) full-thickness suture for the inner layer, and 3-0 silk, interrupted, seromuscular sutures for the outer layer.
Similar cystographic finding was observed by Ghosh (20) using autogenous and acellular allogenic urinary bladder and seromuscular layer of rumen for cystoplasty in goats.
Experimental cystoplasty with fresh autogenous and acellular allogenic urinary bladder and seromuscular layer of rumen in goats.
Amarpal et al (7) reported the occurrence of adhesion between graft and neighbouring muscles as early as 7th postoperative day following cervical oesophagoplasty using gastric seromuscular autogenous grafts in dogs.
8) observed a gradual increase in these parameters up to 60th day postoperatively following cervical oesophagoplasty using sternothyroideus pedicle graft and gastric seromuscular autogenous graft in dogs.
23 % was reported at the grafted site by 60th day following cervical oesophagoplasty using viable substitutes like split sternothyroideus pedicle graft (8) and gastric seromuscular autogenous graft (7) in dogs.