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Basic Suture Patterns, Classification, suture patterns, Interrupted, Continuous, Appositional, Inverting, Everting, Simple, Tension, Ford interlocking, lock stitch, Cross mattress, Quilled, ...

Basic Suture Patterns, Classification, suture patterns, Interrupted, Continuous, Appositional, Inverting, Everting, Simple, Tension, Ford interlocking, lock stitch, Cross mattress, Quilled, Interrupted intradermal (subcuticular) (buried knot), Lembert,Halsted (Interrupted Quilt), Cushing and Connel, Parker-Kerr, Purse string, Gambee suture, vest-over-pants, modified Kessler,




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  • FUNDAMENTAL SURGERY Basic Suture Patterns Dr. Satyajeet Singh M.V. Sc. Department ofVeterinary Surgery and Radiology DUVASU, Mathura
  • Classification of suture patterns • Interrupted/Continuous • Appositional/Inverting/Everting • Simple/Tension
  • Appositional suture patterns Simple interrupted s. enterexit
  • SIMPLE CONTINUOUS Appositional suture patterns
  • Appositional suture patterns Continuous lock (Ford interlocking or lock stitch)
  • Appositional suture patterns Interrupted cruciate (Cross or X- mattress) 1 2 3 4
  • Tension sutures Interrupted horizontal mattress s. With stents Without stents
  • Tension sutures Continuous horizontal mattress
  • Tension sutures Interrupted vertical mattress s.
  • Tension sutures Quilled
  • Tension sutures 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Far-far-near-near Far-near-near-far
  • Appositional suture patterns Interrupted intradermal (subcuticular) (buried knot) epidermis dermis subcutis 1 2 3 4
  • Appositional suture patterns Continuous intradermal (subcuticular)
  • Suture Patterns Used for HollowSuture Patterns Used for Hollow OrgansOrgans
  • Inverting suture patterns Lembert (interrupted or continuous) interrupted continuous
  • Inverting suture pattern Interrupted inverting mattress
  • Inverting suture patterns Halsted (Interrupted Quilt) 1 2 3
  • Inverting suture patterns Cushing and Connel Cushing Connel
  • Inverting suture patterns Parker-Kerr
  • Inverting suture pattern Purse string
  • Purse string Prolapsed rectum Bladder
  • Suture for intestine A- Simple interrupted B- Crushing Suture Simple interrupted suture (enterectomy)
  • Appositional suture patterns Gambee suture serosa muscularis submucosa mucosa
  • Tension sutures Sliding mattress (Mayo mattress) (vest-over-pants)
  • Tension sutures Stent suture
  • Tendon Suture Pattern
  • Tendon suturing Locking loop (modified Kessler)