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Comparison of three suture techniques in closure of caprine skin incision: cosmetic and cost considerations

Author(s): Adamu Abdul Abubakar | John Bayo Adeyanju | Raphael O. Chukudi Kene | Mohammad Legbo Sonfada | Abubakar Sadiq Yakubu | Umaru Adamu

Journal: Scientific Journal of Veterinary Advances
ISSN 2322-1879

Volume: 1;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 127;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Suture patterns | cosmetic | cost | caprine skin | incision

The cosmetic and economic evaluations of three suture techniques were evaluated in closure of caprine skin incision. Fifteen apparently healthy male and female intact goats, free of any dermatological lesions were used for the investigation. They were randomly grouped into three; A (Subcuticular); B (Ford interlocking) and C (Simple interrupted). Cosmetic appearance of the surgical site was assessed on day 7, 14 and 21 post surgery using standard procedure as described by Sakka et al, 1995. There was statistical significant difference (P0.05) at day 21 post surgery; in the entire scoring interval, subcuticular group had the best score. There was also statistical significant difference (P

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