conjoined anastomosis

con·joined a·nas·to·mo·sis

the joining together of two small blood vessels by side-to-side elliptic anastomosis to create a single larger stoma for subsequent end-to-end anastomosis.

con·joined an·as·to·mo·sis

(kŏn-joynd ă-nas'tŏ-mō'sis)
The joining together of two small blood vessels by side-to-side elliptic anastomosis to create a single larger stoma for subsequent end-to-end anastomosis.
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In fact, one could argue that the Wallace technique is less likely to obstruct as the conjoined anastomosis is more patent than its Bricker counterpart at its proximal and distal ends.