blanket suture

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blan·ket su·ture

a continuous lock-stitch used to approximate the skin of a wound.
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blanket suture

(blăng′kĭt)
n.
A continuous lock-stitch suture used to pull together the skin of a wound.
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blan·ket su·ture

(blangk'ĕt sū'chŭr)
A continuous lock-stitch used to approximate the edges of a wound.
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blan·ket su·ture

(blangk'ĕt sū'chŭr)
A continuous lock-stitch used to approximate the skin of a wound.
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