suture pattern

suture pattern

see suture pattern.
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This was followed by an appositional simple interrupted suture pattern with 4/0 poliglecaprone 25 on a taper needle, through the full thickness of M.
In this procedure, an interrupted suture pattern was used in 31 patients with a mean body mass index of 38.
The speed of deployment and precision of the suture pattern provided by the Heartflo anastomotic system complement current developments in coronary bypass surgery by addressing two of the current major limitations of minimally invasive and beating heart bypass surgery.
Only one suture pattern was studied; others could show different behaviors.
The ingluviotomy incision was closed with 2-0 polyglactin 910 (Vicryl; Johnson & Johnson, Sommerville, NJ, USA) on a round-bodied taper needle in a continuous inverting suture pattern.
4,6,9,22) Optimal tissue alignment is achieved by using a simple interrupted suture pattern.
Over-reduction of the fragment that occurs with hardware may also be prevented with a figure-of-eight suture pattern.
presented results of a study that evaluated different types of suture patterns for repairing meniscus root tears in the knee at the recent annual Arthroscopy Association of North America meeting.
It assumes readers have basic surgical skills related to sterile technique, tissue handling, surgical anatomy, knot tying, suture patterns, and surgical judgment, and presents information on preoperative procedures, preparing the surgical site, postoperative care, surgical restraints, and surgery of various body parts and conditions, with details on indications, materials, surgical technique, suturing, and other aspects, and some illustrations.
It should be noted that although the suture patterns for both techniques are similar; the Xbox has a single medial, horizontal limb, whereas the suture-bridge has two horizontal mattresses of about the same length.
Connecting the nasal bones, he reported, was a keystone-shaped pattern of sutures that characterizes only robust australopithecines, also known as Paranthropus, as well two other distinct suture patterns marking modern apes and humans.
They also discuss presurgical considerations, anesthesia and fluid therapy, surgical instruments, suture materials and needles, knots and ligatures, suture patterns, the principles of wound management and the use of drains, and reconstructive surgery of wounds.