เย็บ, เย็บติด, เย็บแผ่วการเย็บ, การเย็บแผล, การเย็บติด
Noun(1) an immovable joint (especially between the bones of the skull(2) a seam used in surgery(3) thread of catgut or silk or wire used by surgeons to stitch tissues together
Verb(1) join with a suture
(1) The petrosquamous suture of the temporal bone sometimes persists.(2) If there is an angle between the anchor and the suture, the suture may have contact with the edges of the eyelet.(3) The presence of this seaway is consistent with geophysical and geological evidence for a suture between the two massifs.(4) The researchers then gave the female mice a heart attack by tying a suture around a coronary artery commonly blocked in human disease.(5) The collision was followed by rifting of the Cimmerian suture during Early Jurassic time to form a new oceanic basin between the Taurides-Anatolides and Eurasia.(6) Secure CT to skin with suture and cover incision site with vaseline gauze and/or TegadermR dressing.(7) The infraorbital canal may be shifted laterally as far as the suture between the maxilla and zygomatic bones.(8) The same suture is then threaded out externally through an aperture a few centimeters distal.(9) I wonder how many of you even use suture as we knew it in 1991 with your perioperative patients?(10) The subcuticular layer was closed with 3-0 polyglycolic suture .(11) He or she cuts the needles off the sutures; threads the first suture through a plastic disposable tourniquet; and places a hemostat on the ends of both aortic purse-string sutures.(12) In the absence of today's modern materials he instigated the use of fine wire as a secure suture material.(13) Surgeons might loosely stitch a suture and then let the polymer tighten itself.(14) The addition of suture as ├ö├ç├┐stay sutures├ö├ç├û and for triangulation and for repair of anastomotic leaks may have helped reduce the blood loss.(15) We calculated length of procedure as time in minutes from first incision to last suture and length of stay as operation to day of discharge.(16) The zipper is created by suturing bolsters to the eyelids and then threading a separate suture between the bolsters to draw the lid over the cornea.
(1) coronal suture :: เย็บเวียน
1. sewing ::
2. suture ::
3. peace ::
4. joint ::
5. league ::
6. agreement ::
7. junction ::
8. pair ::
9. join ::
10. joining ::
11. couple ::
Different Formssuture, sutured, sutures, suturing
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