anastomosis


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Related to anastomosis: intestinal anastomosis, portosystemic anastomosis
  • noun

Synonyms for anastomosis

a natural or surgical joining of parts or branches of tubular structures so as to make or become continuous

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Growth in the penetration rate of proximal anastomosis devices will be propelled by the reduced procedure times and reduction of neurocognitive events associated with AADs.
Circular and linear anastomosis devices - 5 positions-full description can be found in the specifications section.
This method provides the benefits of supplementary endoscopic findings and feasibility of certain maneuvers that facilitate debridement and anastomosis formation concurrent with perinea' urethroplasty.
A Baker-type side-to-end anastomosis was created using a 33-EEA stapler (Covidien/JJ) 5 cm from the perianal skin (Figure 1).
This is a novel approach to anastomosis that could play a valuable role in microvascular surgery," said Frank Sellke, MD, chief of cardiothoracic surgery at Brown University Medical Center and associate editor of the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, who was not involved in the study
Outpatient laparoscopic tubal anastomosis and subsequent fertility.
At least 2 cm of normal rectum is needed for a safe anastomosis.
Two patients required both an interpositional vein graft and native anastomosis to salvage their limbs and both were finally successful.
Debido a esto, nuestro protocolo incluye solamente el seguimiento de los AVs; fistulas autologas y protesis, a los que es posible la puncion arterial en el sentido proximal a la anastomosis, entre otros requisitos.
The airway anastomosis from deceased subjects in the longitudinal group was examined for nerves.
Surgical correction of the collapsed tracheal segment resulted in resection of 9% of the total tracheal length and subsequent anastomosis.
The dividing line between the two facial lymphotomes is a network of vessels known as the watershed or anastomosis.
The researchers performed cervical anastomosis in 52% of the patients and thoracic anastomosis in 48%.
Abstract: Restorative proctocolectomy with ileal pouch anal anastomosis has become the most commonly used procedure for elective treatment of patients with mucosal ulcerative colitis and familial adenomatous polyposis.