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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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Sutureless scleral fixation of the IOL is a new technique for overcoming the common weaknesses of sutured scleral fixation, which include spontaneous breakage, knot exposure, and IOL position problems [6, 8].
1 4 0 Table-6: Improvement in corrected visual acuity postoperatively with time in Group A (10-0 nylon sutured) Time period in Interrupted Cross Interrupted days (post- Group [A.sub.1] Gr [A.sub.2] operatively) 6/6- 6/18- 6/36- 6/6- 6/18- 6/36- 6/12 6/24 6/60 6/12 6/24 6/60 15 days 11 3 0 7 1 1 30 days 14 0 0 9 0 0 60 days 14 0 0 9 0 0 90 days 14 0 0 9 0 0 Time period in Continuous days (post- Gr [A.sub.3] operatively) 6/6- 6/18- 6/36- 6/12 6/24 6/60 15 days 4 1 0 30 days 5 0 0 60 days 5 0 0 90 days 5 0 0 Table-7: Relation of postoperative astigmatism with time and suture technique in Group B (8-0) silk suture.
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.
A logistic regression model was developed to identify and control for potential risk factors for PI during a procedure, including type and duration of the procedure, selected aspects of surgical technique (e.g., using fingers to hold tissue being sutured), estimated patient blood loss, number and type of curved suture needles used, status of the primary surgeon (attending or resident), and whether the primary surgeon had participated in a training program on PI prevention.