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.
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microsuture

(mī′krō-so͞o′chər)
n.
Suture material having a tiny caliber and used in microsurgery.
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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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.