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sutured

[′sü·chərd]
(petrology)
Referring to rock texture in which mineral grains or irregularly shaped crystals interfere with their neighbors, producing interlocking, irregular contacts without interstitial spaces.
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Therefore these patters can be preferred for the control of hemorrhages because mucosa is sutured as a separate layer and it can effectively attenuate bleeding and the suturing time for two-layer closure is comparatively less than three-layer closure.
A small Swedish study comparing women who had nonrepair of perineal trauma with women whose wounds were sutured found no difference in short-term morbidity or healing, but there were some problems with long-term healing, chronic pain, and appearance of the perineum following spontaneous healing.
RESULTS There were a total of 87 lacerations in the 40 patients in the nonsutured group and 74 lacerations in the 38 patients in the sutured group.