microvascular anastomosis

mi·cro·vas·cu·lar a·nas·to·mo·sis

anastomosis of very small blood vessels performed under a surgical microscope.
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The microvascular anastomosis achieves additional blood flow and prevents anastomotic leakage.
Microvascular anastomosis techniques are important for revascularization surgeries on brachiocephalic and carotid arteries, complex cerebral aneurysms, and even during resection of brain tumors that obstruct major cerebral arteries.
The saphenous vein was harvested for the microvascular anastomosis secondary to lack of pedicle length to obtain anastomosis without undue stretch.
Initial replantation was done with standard arterial microvascular anastomosis followed by venous anastomosis.
The most common result of throm bosis at the microvascular anastomosis, vascular anastomotic failure is a devastating complication that can lead to total failure.
Separate sterile trolleys were required for different procedures: a tracheostomy trolley, a dissection trolley for mandibulectomy/neck dissection, a flap trolley for harvesting the fibula free flap and microvascular anastomosis, an implant trolley for mandibular reconstruction, plating instrumentation to share between the dissection and fibula free flap and a closing trolley to assist fibula donor site closure.
Successful replantation of a completely avulsed ear by microvascular anastomosis. Plast Reconstr Surg 1980; 65: 820-3
Nicotine in any form is well known to correlate with higher microvascular anastomosis failure rates.
Dogan, who previously worked with three of Germany's prominent cancer institutes said, "We were the first ENT department in the Gulf to conduct the surgeries, which included cancer resection, reconstruction, and microvascular anastomosis. Also, we have another European patient who is scheduled to be operated soon." Dogan added, "In Germany in the past 10 years we have seen that people having both cancer surgery and radiochemotherapy have higher treatment success rates.
Bilateral neck exploration was performed to identify a suitable donor vessel for microvascular anastomosis.
The microvascular anastomosis was performed to the external jugular vein and the transverse cervical artery.