Reverdin

Re·ver·din

(re-vĕr-dan[h]),
Jacques L., Swiss surgeon, 1842-1929. See: Reverdin graft.

Reverdin

pertaining to the Swiss surgeon, Jacques Louis Reverdin.

R's continuous suture
see lock-stitch suture pattern.
R's needle
a surgical needle with an eye that can be opened by means of a slide.
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Later on Jacques-Louis Reverdin reported "Pinch Grafts" in 1869.
Congenital unilateral absence of the vas deferens (CUAVD) is an uncommon anomaly, which may contribute to male infertility and it has been associated with renal agenesis and a variety of other anomalies that was first described in 1870 by Reverdin [1].
In 1869, in Geneva Jacques Reverdin used the skin auto-grafts to treat difficult to heal wounds and found that the use of small areas of the skin were most appropriate, because they were taken.
Jacques Louis Reverdin (1842-1929) introduced the use of skin grafts in 1869.
Timothy BARNES, Christians and Pagans in the Reign of Constantius, en Olivier REVERDIN y Bernard GRANGE (eds.
The surgical treatment of various forms of lumbar osteochondrosis, for example, associations of instability of a segment with intervertebral disk herniation or degenerative stenosis, or vertebral spondylolisthesis, remain to be serious problem of the operative vertebrology (Gruntovskiy, 1992; Vetrile, Shvets, and Krupatkin, 2004; Simonovich, 2004; Agazzi, Reverdin, and May, 1999; Caputy and Luessenhop, 1992).
5 seconds faster than Switzerland's Vladya Reverdin and almost more than two seconds ahead of Nicole Cepollina from Italy.
In 1882, another distinguished Swiss thyroid surgeon, Jaques-Louis Reverdin, of Lausanne, reported hitherto unrecorded complications of thyroidectomy, which, in those days, comprised almost total removal of the gland.
Esta tecnica es una modificacion del corte de la osteotomia Reverdin, realizando una osteotomia en cuna medial ejecutada con un angulo oblicuo desde dorsal-distal a plantar-proximal a traves de la cabeza del primer metatarsiano, preservando la superfice articular.
The research team also included Virginie Thierry (Laboratoire de Physique des Oceans), Gilles Reverdin (Laboratoire d'Oceanographie Dynamique et de Climatologie), Craig M.
1968) "Sympotic Literature and Epigram", en Reverdin, O.