anastomosis

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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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Surgical options include milking or enterotomy to remove the worms or resection and anastamosis of the bowel.
The attribute of a successful anastamosis secondary to adequate nutrition needs revisiting in an esophagogastric anastamosis following surgery for esophageal carcinoma.
Most patients underwent resection and anastamosis (or ileostomy); while 25% underwent ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (IPAA).
Drainage has been questioned after various types of surgeries with much larger potential dead spaces like cholecystectomy and colonic anastamosis.
An ileocolonic anastamosis was performed at this time.
Complete mobilization of the vascularized flaps is performed, in order to ensure that the introital opening is located as high as possible, which prevents mucosal prolapse, as well as to achieve a more pleasing esthetic result, as the anastamosis will be deeply set and thus obscured.
Tracheal resection and anastamosis was successful in 4 birds and unsuccessful in 5 birds.
Among the operative findings, he mentioned Subtotal colectomy (STC) and end ileostomy, total abdominal colectomy (TAC) and ileal-rectal anastamosis, Total proctocolectomy (TPC) and end ileostomy, Total proctocolectomy and continent ileostomy besides Total proctocolecotmy and ileal pouch-anal anastamosis.
Clinical outcomes and cost analysis of a "fast track" postoperative care pathway for ileal pouch-anal anastamosis. A case control study.
A Bilroth I gastro-duodenal anastamosis was undertaken with two layers of PDS.
First, it has been reported that anastamosis invariably occurs between the anterior and two posterior spinal arteries, known as the anastomotic ansa of the conus.
The ELANA (Excimer Laser Assisted Non-Occlusive Anastamosis) Surgical Kit, manufactured by Netherlands-based company Elana, allows neurosurgeons to create a bypass without shutting off the blood flow.
(10) As has been reported by others, we treated patients who did not have generalised peritonitis and were haemodynamically stable at the time of surgery by resection and primary anastamosis without on-table lavage.
The perforating vessels that supply the skin and subcutaneous tissue are dissected in the plane of the muscle fibers, with subsequent transplant of the flap to the mastectomy defect and anastamosis of the vessels to the internal mammary artery and vein.