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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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--Ramos colaterais-- --Primarios-- Amostra Mesentericos Colicos (caso - sexo) 1 - M 20 05 2 - M 12 04 3 - M 18 07 4 - F 17 11 5 - F 19 08 6 - F 25 07 7 - M 21 09 8 - M 09 07 Total 141 58 Media 17,62 7,25 --Ramos colaterais-- --Secundarios-- Amostra Ileocecais Cecocolicos Modo de (caso - sexo) terminacao 1 - M 02 anastomose bifurca 2 - M 03 02 bifurca 3 - M - - anastomose 4 - F 02 01 trifurca 5 - F - - anastomose 6 - F 02 01 bifurca 7 - M - - anastomose 8 - M 06 04 bifurca Total 15 08 Media 1,87 1.0
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