These type of sutures cannot be reabsorbed by the body, therefore need a second procedure to be removed or can be remained permanently on it.   They have a lower risk for infection and tend to form keloid scars. As the absorbable sutures, these can be of single filament (monofilament) or twisted or braided multifilament, and they can be of natural or synthetic origin.


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