The little rock weave

Barone, Gary W.; Broussard, Heath J.; Webb, John W.; Hudec, Wayne A.
May 1998
American Surgeon;May1998, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p476
Academic Journal
Describes a modified interrupted suture technique that may be useful for closure of difficult abdominal wounds. Placement of sutures without attempting to tie the knots; Type of suture material; Suturing procedure.


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