anastomosis

anastomosis

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the name given to network structures (see: network) that are connected to each other through channels. the veined structure of leaves or rivers (river-canal systems) are examples of this.

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- it can also mean the joining of two separated parts. (see some intestinal surgeries) - it can also mean the union of two hyphae in mycology.

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are short-circuited blood vessels. that is, it transfers blood directly from the artery to the veins, without going through the capillaries. that is, in simpler terms, it is the vein that connects the artery and the vein. blood; it is sent to the place it comes from* via a vein without visiting the tissues, capillaries, etc. edit : post warning from pronefroz edit. anastomoses such as vein-vene and artery-artery are written above omitted. especially anastomosis, only one example of which is given above, but it is a broader target.

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it is also known as the target of suturing the veins taken from the arm and leg on the coronary vein

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it has been translated into the as dialect.

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(see: anastomosis)

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as a surgical term, it can be defined as the french kiss of the veins.

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