Simultaneously, the jockeys sat down to ridethere was the cruel swish of catgut, the crueler prodding of steel.
I know that; but did not you hear Mrs. catgut say it was fashionable?
Each muscle I sutured by itself with catgut, making a separate series of continuous suturing of the fascia lata and skin.
The perpetual use of bougies, either of catgut or of caoutchouc.
Her nerves felt drawn to a tension that threatened to snap them like catgut drawn too tightly on a violin.
The other end of the catgut is fixed to the peg which fits in the hole in the roof.
This wound may be brought together by catgut sutures, or may be allowed to heal by granulation.
Then he bound her with the catgut, so that she was not able by any means to unloose herself.
Wound infection may take place from catgut which has not been efficiently prepared.
Like the viola da gamba, it has six strings and catgut frets.
catgut cat·gut (kāt'gŭt')
A tough, thin cord made from the treated and stretched intestines of certain animals, especially sheep, and used for surgical ligatures.