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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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To develop skills of anastomosing in a deep field, advanced synthetic models with an artificial skull and brain can be used, allowing for the use of brain retractors [46].
Microscopically, it is characterized by anastomosing and cyst-like vascular channels with papillary projections lined by sloughed plump endothelial cells often showing hemophagocytosis.
The cystic tumor exhibited thin anastomosing strands of squamoid and basaloid epithelium with peripheral palisading and small terminal basaloid nubbins (Figure 6).
Two additional cases met the criteria of anastomosing hemangioma-like pattern in CCRCC.
The stroma was cellular and contained complex anastomosing slit like spaces imparting a pseudoangiomatous appearance (Fig.2A).
The complex anastomosing condition has been described in the Ambystomatidae (Baker and Taylor, 1964; Siegel et al., 2010), Amphiumidae (Baker, 1945), Plethodontidae (Strickland, 1966), and Salamandndae (Francis, 1934; Baker, 1965).
The predilection of ESFA for the extremities has been reported.3 In contrast, the histological features are remarkably similar and are benign appearing anastomosing cords of eccrine epithelial cells with or without formation of lumina, embedded in loose fibrovascular stroma.
It consists of a dense network of countless anastomosing arteries inside the skull of the artiodactyls (Uehara et al, 1978; Khamas & Ghoshal, 1985; Ocal & Aslan, 1994; Ocal et al., 1998; Wang et al, 2012).
The Bricker technique, initially described in the early 1950s, involves spatulating and anastomosing each ureter to the serosa of the bowel segment separately (Fig.
Radial artery usually begins in the cubital fossa about 1 cm below the bend of the elbow at the level of the neck of the radius just medial to the tendon of biceps brachii muscle, and terminates in the hand by forming the deep palmar arch after anastomosing with the deep branch of the ulnar artery (1)
Many variations of anastomosing these vessels were used, from direct suture to the use of collodion tubes over which the vessel was sutured.
The tumor was composed of a monomorphous population of small round cells lining microcystic structures and forming pseudoacini and fine anastomosing trabeculae and cords.