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ligate

 [li´gāt]
to apply a ligature.

li·gate

(lī'gāt),
To apply a ligature.
[L. ligo, pp. -atus, to bind]

ligate

(lī′gāt′)
tr.v. li·gated, li·gating, li·gates
To tie or bind with a ligature.

ligate

Molecular biology
verb To join two separate DNA or RNA segments so as to enzymatically form a single DNA or RNA molecule.
 
Surgery
verb To tie, close with a suture.

ligate

verb To tie, close with a suture

li·gate

(lī'gāt)
To apply a ligature.
[L. ligo, pp. -atus, to bind]

li·gate

(lī'gāt)
To apply a ligature.
[L. ligo, pp. -atus, to bind]

ligate (lī´gāt),

v to tie or bind with a ligature or suture.

ligate

to apply a ligature.

Patient discussion about ligate

Q. if you think you are pregnant and you have had a tubal ligation what should i do? should i wait to be sure?

A. i agree with doctoradhi, first of all get checked. the pregnancy tests are cheap and you can get them anywhere.
A tubal ligation is approximately 99% effective in the first year following the procedure. In the following years the effectiveness may be reduced slightly since the fallopian tubes can, in some cases, reform or reconnect which can cause unwanted pregnancy. so it can happen.

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It allows to cut DNA molecules representing elements of a PDA after ligating of transition molecules to both sides of circular DNA.
Based on single edgewise bracket, single self ligating bracket systems used successfully hygienic, nondegrading, and nonbinding arch wire engagement while they simultaneously maintained a mild seating force on active arch wires for complete tooth control and optimal time efficiency.
In addition, the original method of clamping and ligating or the use of the LigaSure may require several steps on each side of the uterus for complete mobilization.
2) Recently a mouse model of vascular lesion formation was developed by blocking blood flow by ligating the common carotid artery just proximal to the bifurcation (carotid artery ligation [CAL]), creating a low-shear stress and turbulent blood flow environment.
The body of the uterus was cut just above its junction with the cervix and at the junction of the uterine horns with the ligating clips.
The Pomeroy technique involves ligating the isthmic portion of the tube with a 2-0 plain gut suture and resecting the knuckled portion.
Ricotta controlled the bleeding by meticulously tying off, or ligating, "bleeders" and vessels as he encountered them.
The fact that some preservationist group could even force the church into ligating the replacement of the church's own private property is an example of how much our right to private property is being eroded.
The report provides value ($m), volume (units) and average price ($) data for each segment and sub-segment within five market categories - Mechanical Stapling Devices, Tissue Sealants, Hemostats, Wound Closure Strips and Ligating Clips.
Tenders are invited for Ligating Clip Cartridges( Medium) & U-Drain Size 35 Mm & 30 Mm.
Traditional surgeons of earlier time, who thought the presence of preformed sac as only cause of hernia formation used to excise the sac after ligating or transfixing it.
Amsel said that the Occluder Device is intended for use on tubular structures or blood vessels wherever a metal ligating clip is indicated and within the size range of 2.