anastomose

VERB
  1. come together or open into each other
    the blood vessels anastomose
  2. cause to join or open into each other by anastomosis
    anastomose blood vessels
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How To Use anastomose In A Sentence

  • The arteries around the ankle-joint anastomose freely with one another and form net-works below the corresponding malleoli. VI. The Arteries. 6d. The Anterior Tibial Artery
  • The two coronary arteries of the heart arise from the systemic aorta immediately outside the semilunar valves, situated in the root of this vessel, and in passing right and left along the auriculo-ventricular furrows, they send off some branches for the supply of the organ itself, and others by which both vessels anastomose freely around its base and apex. Surgical Anatomy
  • Occasionally, indeed, in this plant, the transition may be still more definitely observed, in leaves which are half anastomosed and half thread-like. ' Man or Matter
  • The left renal may anastomose with the splenic vein and receive lumbar veins.
  • _ -- This consists in making a new gullet to replace that which is obstructed; the abdomen is opened and a loop of jejunum is isolated; its lower end is anastomosed -- end to side -- to the stomach; the intestine is brought upwards through a tunnel made for it between the skin and the sternum, and the upper end is brought out and fixed to the skin, in the supra-sternal notch. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • The veins returning the blood from the cranial dura mater anastomose with the diploic veins and end in the various sinuses. IX. Neurology. 4g. The Meninges of the Brain and Medulla Spinalis
  • The valve is a pipeline opening which is spherical zone shape and anastomosed with the sphere.
  • This branch enters the skull through the superior orbital fissure or a small foramen in the greater wing of the sphenoid to anastomose with the ophthalmic artery.
  • This aberrant artery anastomosed below the elbow-joint with the radial side of the radial artery. On the Genesis of Species
  • This branch enters the skull through the superior orbital fissure or a small foramen in the greater wing of the sphenoid to anastomose with the ophthalmic artery.
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