aneurysmorrhaphy

aneurysmorrhaphy

 [an″u-riz-mor´ah-fe]
suture closure of an aneurysm.
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an·eu·rys·mor·rha·phy

(an'yū-riz-mōr'ă-fē),
Closure by suture of the sac of an aneurysm to restore the normal lumen dimensions.
[aneurysm + G. rhaphē, suture]
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aneurysmorrhaphy

(ăn′yə-rĭz-môr′ə-fē)
n.
Suture of the sac of an aneurysm.
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an·eu·rys·mor·rha·phy

(an'yūr-iz-mōr'ă-fē)
Closure by suture of the sac of an aneurysm to restore the normal lumen dimensions.
[aneurysm + G. rhaphē, suture]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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