Definition of Coapting
1. coapt [v] - See also: coapt
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Literary usage of Coapting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1898)
"Next my silk coapting suture was passed through the opposite side of the lip of the wound and the tail-end tied to the deep suture which was held from ..."
2. Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat, Medical and Surgical by Wendell Christopher Phillips (1919)
"79) a, b and a, c, and coapting the wound margins with fine-silk or horsehair sutures. Supernumerary Tragus, Cartilaginous Projections and Fistula Congenita ..."
3. Traumatic surgery by John Joseph Moorhead (1921)
"coapting the angle of a wound. FIG. 3.—Continuous suture method. FIG. 4.—Continuous suture reinforced. FIG. 5.—Continuous lock stitch. FIG. 6. ..."
4. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1915)
"A certain amount of care is required in coapting the jejunum to the wall of the stomach. If this is executed in a haphazard and careless manner, ..."
5. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1900)
"... level of the trochanter; but in the first two, before coapting the two ends by suture, the peripheral segment was rotated to the extent of a semicircle. ..."
6. Rest and pain: A Course of Lectures on the Influence of Mechanical and by John Hilton (1891)
"The case also clearly points out the advantage of accurately coapting the walls of a large abscess after ..."