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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Georgiades was treated for 29 days in hospital following the procedure during which he developed ulcers at the anastomosis, which went undiagnosed.
Dextera also markets the only automated anastomosis devices for coronary artery bypass graft surgery on the market today: the C-Port Distal Anastomosis Systems and PAS-Port Proximal Anastomosis System.
Stoma was suggested in ileostomy or end-colostomy after disconnecting the anastomosis if there is a concern that a significant leak might continue from the anastomosis.
Pancreaticogastrostomy seems to be a safe alternative and easier anastomosis to perform with less post-operative morbidity and mortality.
Type D: Unilateral ICA agenesis; flow into the ipsilateral carotid siphon via an intracavernous anastomosis from the contralateral ICA.
The type of anastomosis performed was isthmo-isthmic in 16 cases, isthmo-ampullary in 4 cases, isthmo-interstitial in 2 cases and combination of isthmo-isthmic with cornual implantation in 1 case and isthmo-isthmic with isthmoampullary in 2 cases.
Upon exploratory laparotomy, no significant change was observed in the internal and external diameters at the site of anastomosis, between Groups A and B.
Anastomosis leakage is still one of the most serious complications in colorectal surgery, causing significant mortality and morbidity despite improved preoperative and postoperative managements in recent years.
In cases of colonic prolapse, postsurgical stricture formation was a commonly identified complication after resection and anastomosis of the colon.
5 million soft tissue surgeries are performed every year; 1 million of these are for anastomosis.
Since morbidity and mortality resulting from AL are considerable, the routine use of defunctioning stomas has been suggested for high-risk anastomosis.
We report a case of long-gap esophageal atresia with primary anastomosis in which a major dehiscence occurred and was sucessfully repaired with pericardium.
Pancreaticojejunal anastomosis (duct to mucosa, end to end, end to side, and telescoping/invagination) is the most widely used method of reconstruction after PD, The main concern remains pancreatic leak after this procedure (2-20%)6 which often leads to, intra abdominal haemorrhage and sepsis resulting in prolonged hospitalization reoperation, increased cost and mortality7.
The objectives of the study were to study success rate of AVF done by conventional vascular anastomosis technique, to study the complications and their incidences, and to study the factors affecting the patency rate of AVF.