Bunnell suture

Bun·nell su·ture

(bū-nel'),
a method of tenorrhaphy using a pull-out wire affixed to buttons.

Bun·nell su·ture

(bŭ-nel' sū'chŭr)
A method of tenorrhaphy using a pull-out wire affixed to buttons.

Bunnell,

Sterling, U.S. physician and surgeon, 1882-1957.
Bunnell atraumatic technique
Bunnell block - a block of wood used to exercise stiffened joints.
Bunnell dressing
Bunnell gutter splint
Bunnell hand drill
Bunnell knuckle-bender splint
Bunnell modification of Steindler flexorplasty
Bunnell needle
Bunnell outrigger splint
Bunnell probe
Bunnell pull-out wire
Bunnell solution
Bunnell suture - a method of tenorrhaphy using a pull-out wire affixed to buttons.
Bunnell tendon passer
Bunnell tendon transfer technique
Paul-Bunnell test - see under Paul, John Rodman
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Methods: Twenty four fresh frozen cadaver Achilles tendon specimens were collected and randomly divided into three groups (n=8), Group-A Bunnell suture method, Group-B Bosworth suture and Group-C anchor suture respectively.
Groups-A is Bunnell Suture method: The Kirschner needle was used to guide the calcaneus tubercle.
Currently, the widely used sutures include Kessler suture, Bunnell suture, and Bosworth suture.