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Synonyms for anastomose

come together or open into each other

cause to join or open into each other by anastomosis

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Renal transplant surgeons should continuously gain and enhance their skills in performing anastomosing prosthesis.
The obtained tube of glove rubber is suitable for testing anastomosing technique.
Histopathologic examination revealed a polypoid dermal tumor with numerous cystic spaces lined by anastomosing strands of basaloid, peripherally palisading epithelial cells and small solid aggregations of basaloid cells (Figure 1).
In this series, we report 4 cases of clear cell renal cell carcinoma that were paucicellular for carcinoma cells associated with an unusual microvasculature pattern mimicking anastomosing hemangioma.
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH), first reported by vuitch et al., is a benign proliferative disease of the breast.1 It is characterized by proliferation of stromal spindle cells with an intervening network of complex anastomosing channels lined by slender spindle cells.2 PASH usually presents as painless, single or multiple, palpable breast masses, or as continuous breast enlargement.3 In this report, we present a case of a 25 year old lady who presented with painless single swelling of her right breast.
So, primary wound suture or anastomosing can be done practically in any types of small and large intestines' injuries maintaining definite rules of applying sutures and providing the blood supply adequacy.
Salamanders can be grouped into three categories depending on their male pelvic kidney morphology 1) the simple condition (or larval condition), 2) the complex nonanastomosing condition, and 3) the complex anastomosing condition.
Anastomosing these multiple renal arteries is the real challenge in kidney transplant surgery.
There are a variety of clinical manifestations and distribution of lesions but the histopathological features are remarkably similar with benign appearing anastomosing cords of eccrine ductal epithelial cells with or without lumina formation, are embedded in loose fibrovascular stroma.
"A cactolith is a quasihorizontal chonolith composed of anastomosing ductoliths whose distal ends curl like a harpolith, thin like a sphenolith, or bulge discordantly like an akmolith or ethmolith."
Diffuse pulmonary lymphangiomatosis is uncommon and is characterised by an increasing number of anastomosing channels.
Apothecia rounded to irregular, single or more frequently crowded and coalescing, sessile or strongly adnate, 0,3-0,6 mm in diameter; discs yellow cream to dark brown, flat to convex, very rarely pruinose; true exciple present except in very young or old apothecia, colourless within, outer part with the same pigment as in epiphymenium, laterally 33-50 [micro]m wide, composed of wide, gelatinized, anastomosing radiating hyphae (Fig.
As I read the dream bloomed and I entered it He was speaking "matters of grace" anastomosing anti-worlds He evoked the common dream so that we were facets of the zeitgeist sleepwalkers puppets but we could follow our strings our fracture lines back into the glow Gratefully I told him my own dream visions climbing through rotten museums The mortuary dream in which the lovers mix delicately as liquids in the grave Peter's explanations the dry cerements lightning hit the evidential pot The Black girl and Mendelssohn his music a rustling of angels Was her angry cry the world regained?
Some of the techniques most frequently used for reconstructing vessels include end-to-side (E-S) anastomosis of a branch vessel to the main artery, anastomosis of a branch vessel to the aortic patch, side-to-side (S-S) anastomosis of two aortic patches, anastomosing two renal arteries together to form a single stem, end-to-end (E-E) anastomosis of the main renal artery to a donor arterial graft, E-E anastomosis of the main renal artery to a synthetic graft, and anastomosis of a polar artery to the inferior epigastric artery of the recipient [3].