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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This case series includes all adult patients who were diagnosed to have peri-ampullary mass on preoperative imaging and underwent Pancreatico-duodenectomy (Whipple procedure) with pancreatico-gastrostomy as preferred anastomoses, instead of pancreatico-jejunostomy, to maintain pancreatico-enteric continuity.
Type F: Bilateral proximal ICA agenesis; flow into the distal ICAs via the rete mirabile (transcranial anastomoses arising from the internal maxillary arteries).
Stapled anastomoses can be made on an average of 8 minutes less to perform, than the hand-sewn technique (Fingerhut et al.
Covering the colon anastomoses with amniotic membrane prevents the negative effects of early intraperitoneal 5-FU administration on anastomotic healing.
This prospective study spanning 2 years had 68 patients with 68 anastomoses between them.
The limiting factor in the technique is that the anastomosis site must be in the colon distal to the cecal remnants; however, most cases fit this requirement, making the procedure invaluable in performing colonic anastomoses.
The new generation of Dacron grafts and the various technical modifications in Bentall procedure that were aimed to reduce tension on coronary anastomoses buttons have effectively prevented bleeding from the anastomoses between the graft and coronary anastomosis.
Residual anastomoses in twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome treated with selective fetoscopic laser surgery: localization, size, and consequences.
One twin (the donor) slowly pumps blood into the other twin (the recipient) through the placental vascular anastomoses.
3) Cohen and Tamai described the first microsurgical repair technique in 1977; it has been the preferred method of repair since, including venous and arterial anastomoses.
One of the most important anastomoses of nerves in the upper extremity is Martin-Gruber anastomosis (MGA).
A prospective randomized trial of hand-sutured versus mechanically stapled anastomoses for gastroduodenostomy after distal gastrectomy.
Godina M: Preferential use of end-to-side arterial anastomoses in free flap transfers.
Opposite effects of interleukin-2 on normal and transfusion suppressed healing of experimental intestinal anastomoses.