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Continuous- and interrupted-suture technique in microsurgical end-to-end anastomosis



Continuous- and interrupted-suture technique in microsurgical end-to-end anastomosis



Microsurgery 5(2): 80-84



Microsurgical end-to-end anastomosis of the carotid artery of the rat is discussed. The continuous-suture technique is found to be less time consuming than the interrupted-suture technique. Comparison of the flow rate of each anastomosis doesn't reveal a marked difference. Patency rate of each technique is 100%.

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