suturation


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suturation

(ˌsuːtʃəˈreɪʃən)
n
(Knitting & Sewing) the act of suturing
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In this study, we hypothesized that the use of hemostatic agents may provide better renal functional recovery by preventing the deep suturation and longer warm ischemia time.
Resection to end loop and primer closure was performed with double suturation. The patient was followed up with no serious complication except wound infection.
(5) The most preferred surgical technique is crescent-shaped conjunctival excision and primary suturation. (5) Other surgical procedures include amniotic membrane transplantation with fibrin glue and suturing the CCh tissue directly to sclera.
The corneal injuries were superficial and none of the eyes required primer suturation surgery.
The colonic defect was repaired with intracorporeal single layer suturation to prevent the occurrence of intestinal fistula infection or other complications related to bowel surgery.
Epinephrine injection and vein suturation were practiced under general anesthesia.
It features gradient performance that enables whole-body applications such a spectral fat suturation, diffusion for stroke imaging, perfusion, contrast-enhanced MRA, and BOLD imaging.
Case 2 was a 48-year-old female patient who underwent primary suturation after a penetrating corneal injury to her left eye 2 years earlier.