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The perforation was oversewn and repaired with an omental patch.
''The outfield is cut to 25mm all winter then will be oversewn with seed in late February."
The distal end, destined for the right upper quadrant, is oversewn and the Roux limb is measured to from 40 to 50 cm.
Cyst walls were excised, fluid was drained and edges of the lung parenchyma were oversewn. The wound was closed in layers and two chest tubes were placed.
Necklines were either folded over, stitched down and decorated with a cut-work trim, or bound with woolen trade cloth and oversewn with buckskin thong.
(12,13) This type of repair has also been augmented with an 8 cm segment of the adductor magnus tendon, which is oversewn over the repaired MPFL.
Is the book brittle and oversewn? (Are the pages breaking as you turn them?)
The attachment site can be oversewn to control bleeding, and the hemostatic square-suture technique or Bakri balloon may be helpful.
A perforation of the duodenal ulcer was identified and oversewn. The rest of the operation was uneventful and the patient was transferred to the intensive care unit for further management.
Very durable: buckram-covered boards encase an oversewn book block of 70# paper.
This was oversewn without the need for cardiopulmonary bypass.
In addition, the placental bed was oversewn to establish haemostasis.
A Roux-en-Y loop of the jejunum is brought through a rent in the transverse mesocolon, the duodenum is transected, and the duodenal stump is oversewn. The Roux limb of the jejunum was anastomosed end to end to the duodenum.
In those cases where the staple line had to be oversewn, a mean number of 3.9 [+ or -] 3.2 suture strands were used.
Emergent exploratory laparotomy revealed active bleeding from a retroperitoneal varix on the inferior border of the pancreas; it was ligated and oversewn resulting in cessation of bleeding.
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