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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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Most patients underwent resection and anastamosis (or ileostomy); while 25% underwent ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (IPAA).
Leak of anastamosis and late operative complications can be seen.
Clinical outcomes and cost analysis of a "fast track" postoperative care pathway for ileal pouch-anal anastamosis.
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.
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.
Una variante a esta ultima tecnica es la anastamosis ileorectal post-valvular, propuesta por Chabeauti et al (24), la cual permite conservar de manera funcional la valvula ileocecal, evitando asi la mayor critica a esta tecnica quirurgica.
She immediately transferred the dog back to the hospital where she performed lifesaving splenectomy and intestinal resection and anastamosis with the assistance of human trauma surgeons, a certified registered nurse anesthetist, and other surgical staff.
Duarte et al undertook a very careful analysis of cough response to both saline instillation and mechanical irritation to the airways both above and below the level of the anastamosis at different time points following transplantation.
After mixing, bolus flow reversal will occur as the access blood flow washes the bolus away from the anastamosis towards the sensor in the more proximal line.
Elective resection and anastamosis for colorectal cancer: a prospective audit of mortality and morbidity.
The SVC is formed by the anastamosis of the left and right brachiocephalic veins in the superior mediastinum.
Egan's business card provides what Miller would call the anastamosis, that is, the line that joins two characters, "like a telephone line" (44).
The anterior and posterior humeral circumflex vessels have branches that directly penetrate bone; other arteries contribute through anastamosis systems with the circumflex vessels.