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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But anastomotic leakage (AL) is one of the most frequent complications after the resection of rectal tumors.
On computed tomography, 3-cm long strictures were observed at the site of ileocolonic anastomosis (Figure 1), and severe stenosis was observed endoscopically in the ileocolonic anastomotic region (Figure 2).
Our patient's aneurysm was not anastomotic as it was identified few centimeters from the suture line and the blood culture was negative.
Anastomotic leakage is one of the most significant complications of postoperative gastric surgery and has a high rate of morbidity and mortality (1,2).
He then discussed the anastomotic techniques in detail.
However, the true incidence of anastomotic stricture formation in this series may be underappreciated for lack of surgical evidence in the rest of six patients.
The mean operation time in our sample was longer with an increased incidence of anastomotic leaks when compared to the international data.
9.1%), a reduced rate of postoperative fever, and a reduced rate of gastrointestinal complications, mainly anastomotic leak or rectovaginal fistula (2.1% vs.
Postoperative pancreatic fistula is a major complication and it is secondary to anastomotic leakage, the rate varies from 0% to 25%.11,12 Clinically significant pancreatic fistula classified according to the ISGPF grade B and C was 12.7% in our study, which is within the universally accepted rates amongst the high volume centres.
Anastomotic leak, hoarseness, chylothorax, fundal necrosis; fistulation, abdominal pain, bloating, vomiting, pulmonary complications; and mortality over a period of 28 days was documented for each patient.
Although leaving a temporary indwelling catheter is standard practice after radical prostatectomy to allow anastomotic healing, urinary catheterization represents a source of infection, significant discomfort, and anxiety for the patient following radical prostatectomy.