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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Stapled versus handsewn methods for ileocolic anastomoses. Cochrane Database Syst Rev.
Long-term and perioperative corticosteroids in anastomotic leakage: a prospective study of 259 left-sided colorectal anastomoses. Archives of Surgery 2012;147(5):447-52.
A total of 100 patients (60%) had side-to-side anastomoses. Here, 97 patients (58%) had an anastomotic stoma larger than 30 mm.
On the other hand, those combinations that did not present anastomoses were the same ones in which the vegetative compatibility was not observed.
The relatively large volume of blood loss was related to the long duration of the procedure in a uraemic recipient as well as troublesome bleeding on release of the vascular clamps, which required a number of additional sutures at the anastomoses.
Microvascular training using live models could be considered as one of the best substrates for training of microvascular anastomoses due to the presence of natural blood flow.
Type C: Bilateral ICA agenesis; flow from the posterior circulation via the PComms or other patent carotid-vertebrobasilar anastomoses.
The extent of the invasion abutting or invading to the portal vein (PV) was >5 cm, which was unavailable to end-to-end anastomoses; thus, the following efforts were attempted: (1) The gallbladder was removed and the hepatoduodenal ligament was dissected to expose the PV measuring approximately 3 cm.
Modified Bentall procedure-'a collar technique' to control bleeding from coronary ostia anastomoses. Interactive CardioVascular and Thoracic Surgery 2008; 7: 709-11.
The incidence of AL is 3-7% after colocolonic anastomoses and 10-20% after colorectal anastomoses [1-3].
After completion of all three vascular anastomoses the kidney was reperfused (Figures 5, 6, and 7).