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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 5: (a and b) To prevent the through stitch, after the completion of both anchoring sutures and before the first (left) side of the vessel suturing, the opposite (right) side of the graft wall (*) was inserted into the recipient lumen to prevent suturing the opposite wall of the recipient artery. (c) The length of the suture bite, the interval between each stitch and everting suture, were demonstrated

Figure 5: (a and b) To prevent the through stitch, after the completion of both anchoring sutures and before the  first (left) side of the vessel suturing, the opposite (right) side of the graft wall (*) was inserted into the recipient lumen to prevent suturing the opposite wall of the recipient artery. (c) The length of the suture bite, the interval between each stitch and everting suture, were demonstrated