2004 journal article

Biomechanical evaluation of suture pullout from canine arytenoid cartilages: Effects of hole diameter, suture configuration, suture size, and distraction rate

VETERINARY SURGERY, 33(3), 191–199.

By: K. Mathews n, S. Roe n, M. Stebbins n, R. Barnes n & P. Mente n

MeSH headings : Animals; Arytenoid Cartilage / surgery; Biomechanical Phenomena; Dogs / surgery; Equipment Failure; Needles / veterinary; Suture Techniques / instrumentation; Suture Techniques / veterinary; Sutures / veterinary
TL;DR: Suture and hole sizes appear to have few effects on the biomechanical performance of arytenoid-suture constructs, and double suture and horizontal mattress suture patterns had the best overall mechanical properties for aryTenoid lateralization. (via Semantic Scholar)
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