anastomotic


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a·nas·to·mot·ic

(a-nas'tō-mot'ik),
Pertaining to an anastomosis.

anastomotic

adjective Referring to the surgical connection of 2 luminal (tubular) structures.

a·nas·to·mot·ic

(ă-nas'tŏ-mot'ik)
Pertaining to an anastomosis.
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Finally, 188 patients were included, and amongst them 20 had postoperative anastomotic leakage.
The commonest anastomotic technique used was found to be single layer continuous suturing technique which was performed in 20(66.66%) cases.
Endoprosthetic management of refractory ileocolonic anastomotic strictures after resection for Crohn's disease: report of nine-year follow-up and review of the literature.
Anastomotic pseudoaneurysm complicating renal transplantation: treatment options.
Patients who did not have anastomotic leakages during their clinical follow-ups formed Group 1, whereas those who had anastomotic leakages formed Group 2.
Speaking about laparoscopic stapling, he said, that the number of stapler firing was associated with anastomotic leak.
Univariate logistic regression analysis was performed initially for each variable in order to determine the variables to be introduced into the model during the building of the multivariate logistic regression model for anastomotic leak risk factors following rectal cancer surgery.
The inconsistent nature of symptomatic pancreatico-jejunostomy anastomotic strictures.
Keywords: Anastomotic leak, Complications, Gastric pull-up, Hypopharyngeal carcinoma, Perioperative mortality, Survival, Upper esophageal carcinoma.
A retrospective cohort study from our institution similarly showed decreased operative time, blood loss, hospital stay, and a lower rate of anastomotic strictures in patients who underwent laparoscopic anterior discoid resection between 2001 and 2009.