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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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The IVC has traditionally been anastomosed in an end-to-end fashion, but with increasing frequency an end-to side or side-to-side anastomosis known as the "piggyback" technique is performed.
The following year, two further shunts were performed on children aged 11 and six; in these cases, the brachiocephalic artery, on the right side, was anastomosed end to side into the pulmonary artery.
The former usually anastomosed with the sulcal branch of RCA while the later extended downwards on the posterior surface of the left ventricle.