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PGA is an ideal and time tested synthetic absorbable suture, widely used by surgeons all over the world. PGA's superior features over catgut are predictable absorption, outstanding tensile strength, in-vivo inertness and excellent handling properties.

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current16:08, 17 February 2016Thumbnail for version as of 16:08, 17 February 20162,304 × 1,536 (1.7 MB)Colton A. Kenny (talk | contribs)Sutures of PGA
21:10, 11 February 2015Thumbnail for version as of 21:10, 11 February 2015800 × 533 (96 KB)Cody J. Siroka (talk | contribs)PGA is an ideal and time tested synthetic absorbable suture, widely used by surgeons all over the world. PGA's superior features over catgut are predictable absorption, outstanding tensile strength, in-vivo inertness and excellent handling properties. So
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