anastomosis definition

  • noun:
    • The connection of split parts of a branching system to create a network, since leaf veins, arteries, or a river and its limbs.
    • medication The surgical connection of split or severed tubular hollow body organs to create a continuing channel, as between two areas of the intestine.
    • a cross-connection between two arteries
    • an interconnection between any two stations, passages or vessels
    • the medical development of a connecting passage between arteries or other networks
    • The inosculation of vessels, or intercommunication between a couple of vessels or nerves, since the cross interaction between arteries or veins.
    • In zoology and anatomy, the union, intercommunication, or inosculation of vessels of any system together, or with vessels of some other system, since the arteries, veins, and lymphatics. In surgery, after ligation of an artery, collateral blood circulation is set up by arterial anastomosis.
    • The interlacing or system of any branched system, since the veins of leaves or the nervures of bugs' wings. See cut-under venation.
    • In surgery, the establishment of interaction between two canals or two portions of the same channel, often the digestive tract, not formerly in continuity.
    • an all natural or surgical joining of parts or limbs of tubular frameworks to be able to make or be continuous
    • The connection of separate areas of a branching system to make a network, by leaf veins, blood vessels, or a river and its own limbs.
    • medication The medical connection of separate or severed tubular hollow organs to form a continuous channel, as between two elements of the intestine.
    • a cross-connection between two bloodstream
    • an interconnection between any two networks, passages or vessels
    • the medical creation of a connecting passageway between arteries or any other networks
    • The inosculation of vessels, or intercommunication between several vessels or nerves, since the cross interaction between arteries or veins.
    • In zoology and physiology, the union, intercommunication, or inosculation of vessels of every system together, or with vessels of another system, as arteries, veins, and lymphatics. In surgery, after ligation of an artery, security blood flow is set up by arterial anastomosis.
    • The interlacing or community of every branched system, given that veins of leaves or perhaps the nervures of insects' wings. See cut under venation.
    • In surgery, the institution of interaction between two canals or two portions of the identical channel, usually the intestinal tract, perhaps not formerly in continuity.
    • an all natural or medical joining of components or limbs of tubular frameworks in order to make or come to be continuous

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