Vasorrhaphy is a medical term used to describe the surgical procedure of suturing or repairing a blood vessel, specifically referring to the process of stitching together the walls of a damaged or severed blood vessel to restore its continuity and function.

Vasorrhaphy is commonly performed to repair damaged blood vessels caused by trauma, injury, or surgical interventions. The procedure helps to restore blood flow, prevent bleeding, and promote healing in the affected area.

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