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Connell Pattern- Used for closing hollow viscera purposefully enters the lumen. It is very effective at inverting tissue and creating a watertight seal.

Connell Pattern- Used for closing hollow viscera purposefully enters the lumen. It is very effective at inverting tissue and creating a watertight seal.

Cushing Pattern- Used to close hollow viscera because it is very effective at inverting tissue and creating a watertight seal. The difference between Cornell and Cushing is that Cushing pattern only goes through the submucosa and does not enter the lumen.

Cushing Pattern- Used to close hollow viscera because it is very effective at inverting tissue and creating a watertight seal. The difference between Cornell and Cushing is that Cushing pattern only goes through the submucosa and does not enter the lumen.

Lembert suture pattern- The classical suture pattern for closing gut. The needle is directed to cross the incision, penetrating the serosa and muscularis but not the mucosa, then back out through the serosa, across the incision to repeat the maneuver on the other side. When the suture is tightened it is serosa that approximates. Can be continuous or interrupted.

Lembert suture pattern- The classical suture pattern for closing gut. The needle is directed to cross the incision, penetrating the serosa and muscularis but not the mucosa, then back out through the serosa, across the incision to repeat the maneuver on the other side. When the suture is tightened it is serosa that approximates. Can be continuous or interrupted.

Vertical (L) and Horizontal (R) Suture- results in eversion of tissues

Vertical (L) and Horizontal (R) Suture- results in eversion of tissues

Ford Interlocking Pattern- is used to help appose tissues that have increased tension

Ford Interlocking Pattern- is used to help appose tissues that have increased tension