Suture

usgb/ˈsuːtʃər/Volume
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Material SpecificityPlay
Sutures can be made from various materials affecting how they're used and referred to. SlideThe surgeon chose a silk suture for its strength and reliability.
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Technical JargonPlay
In medical context, 'suture' is technical and used among healthcare professionals. SlideThe medical intern learned to tie a suture correctly.
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Non-permanencePlay
'Suture' often implies temporary stitching that may be removed after healing. SlideHer sutures were removed once the wound healed.