microsuture

mi·cro·su·ture

(mī'krō-sū'chūr),
Tiny caliber suture material, often 9-0 or 10-0, with an attached needle of corresponding size, for use in microsurgery.

microsuture

(mī′krō-so͞o′chər)
n.
Suture material having a tiny caliber and used in microsurgery.

mi·cro·su·ture

(mī'krō-sū'chŭr)
Small caliber suture material, often 9-0 or 10-0, with an attached needle of corresponding size, for use in microsurgery.
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Morphofunctional evaluation of fibrin glue versus microsuture nerve repairs.
Epineural suturing was performed with a 9-0 nylon microsuture.
The inferior edge of the mesh was placed along the shelving edge of Poupart's ligament and secured in place in early cases with microsutures and in later cases with a 5-mm tacking device.
The periosteal patch is fixed to the defect with microsutures and sealed with fibrin glue to ensure a watertight patch.