Non Absorbable Sutures

These sutures cannot be absorbed by the body; therefore, a second procedure is required in order to remove or replace them with absorbable sutures that have a lower risk for infection, even though they tend to form keloid scars. These sutures can be of single filament, known as monofilament or twisted / braided filaments known as multifilament. ...

These sutures cannot be absorbed by the body; therefore, a second procedure is required in order to remove or replace them with absorbable sutures that have a lower risk for infection, even though they tend to form keloid scars. These sutures can be of single filament, known as monofilament or twisted / braided filaments known as multifilament. Moreover, they can be of natural or synthetic origin.

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Non Absorbable Sutures 

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