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a·nas·to·mose

(ă-nas'tō-mōs),
1. To open one structure into another directly or by connecting channels, said of blood vessels, lymphatics, and hollow viscera; also incorrectly applied to nerves.
2. To unite by means of an anastomosis, or connection between formerly separate structures.

anastomose

(ə-năs′tə-mōz′, -mōs′)
v. anasto·mosed, anasto·mosing, anasto·moses
v.tr.
To join by anastomosis.
v.intr.
To be connected by anastomosis, as blood vessels.

a·nas·to·mose

(ă-nas'tŏ-mōs)
1. To form one or more open communications with another structure; said of blood vessels and tubular and hollow viscera. usage note Not correctly said of nerves.
2. To unite surgically by means of an anastomosis; to make a communication between formerly separate structures.

anastomose

joining to form loops, interconnecting, as in capillary blood vessels.
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Wallace 1 technique: Ureters are spatulated to the same length and medial walls anastomosed in line.
Cadaveric transplants are often harvested with a portion of the donor aorta, which is anastomosed in an end-to-side fashion to the recipient's external iliac artery.
The donor aorta and inferior vena cava are anastomosed end-to-side to the recipient iliac vessels or in-line with an end-to-end anastomosis between the recipient aorta and IVC and the divided ends of the recipient external iliac artery and veins (Figure 10).
They extended anteriorly in the septum as perforators and anastomosed with the perforators from AIV (Fig.
On occasion, the distal SVG is anastomosed sequentially to [greater than or eqaul to] 2 coronary vessels or in the same vessel, using side-to-side and end-to-side anastomoses.
The graft was tunneled supralabially and then anastomosed to the main trunk of the paralyzed nerve.
First, the anastomosed right carotid artery segment and then a segment from the contralateral intact carotid artery were isolated.
The vascular pedicle was tunneled through the membranous columella and upper lip and into the cheek and upper neck and was anastomosed to the left facial artery and vein.
The iliac artery was ligated and the graft was extended with an end-to-end anastomosed 8-mm Dacron tube graft.
20) A fourth anastomoses is performed when the liver is placed in the standard orthotopic position; the infrahepatic donor vena cava is anastomosed to the recipient infrahepatic vena cava, and the superhepatic vena cava anastomoses are retained.
The donor renal artery and vein are anastomosed to the recipient external or internal iliac vessels, and the ureter is tunneled into the bladder near the trigone to minimize reflux but may be anastomosed elsewhere in the bladder.