Jobert de Lamballe suture

Jo·bert de Lam·bal·le su·ture

(zhō-bār' dĕ-lahm-bahl'),
an interrupted intestinal suture used for invaginating the margins of the intestines in circular enterorrhaphy.
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Jo·bert de Lam·balle su·ture

(zhō-bār' dĕ-lahm-bahl' sū'chŭr)
An interrupted intestinal suture, used for invaginating the margins of the intestines in circular enterorrhaphy.
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Jobert de Lamballe,

Antoine, French surgeon, 1799-1867.
Jobert de Lamballe fossa - the hollow just above the knee formed by the adductor magnus and the sartorius and gracilis.
Jobert de Lamballe suture - an interrupted intestinal suture used for invaginating the margins of the intestines in circular enterorrhaphy.
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