Parker-Kerr suture

Par·ker-·Kerr su·ture

(par'kĕr ker),
a continuous inverting suture used to close an open end of intestine.

Kerr,

Harry Hyland, U.S. surgeon, 1881-1963.
Parker-Kerr basting suture
Parker-Kerr operation
Parker-Kerr suture - see under Parker, Edward Mason

Parker,

Edward Mason, U.S. surgeon, 1860-1941.
Parker clamp
Parker discission knife
Parker fixation forceps
Parker incision
Parker needle
Parker retractor
Parker serrated discission knife
Parker-Heath anterior chamber syringe
Parker-Heath cautery
Parker-Heath electrocautery
Parker-Heath piggyback probe
Parker-Kerr basting suture
Parker-Kerr operation
Parker-Kerr suture - a continuous inverting suture used to close an open end of intestine.
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