The suffix [-(o)rrhaphy] is derived from the Greek language and means "surgical repair". Initially, the meaning was that of "suturing" but nowadays surgical repair can be accomplished with sutures, staples, tacks,  tissue glue, and other medical devices.

Some applications of this suffix are:

Herniorrhaphy: Surgical repair of a hernia
Enterorrhaphy: Surgical intestinal repair
Aneurysmorrhaphy: Surgical repair of an aneurysm