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Tensions

tension suture --> retention suture

(Science: surgery) A heavy reinforcing suture placed deep within the muscles and fasciae of the abdominal wall to relieve tension on the primary suture line and thus obviate postoperative wound disruption.

Synonym: tension suture.


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