Definition of Anastomotic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to or exhibiting anastomosis.

Partainyms: Anastomosis
Derivative terms: Anastomosis



Definition of Anastomotic

1. a. Of or pertaining to anastomosis.

Definition of Anastomotic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to anastomosis ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Anastomotic

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Anastomotic

1. Refers to something located at the site of the surgical connection of two tubular structures. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anastomotic

anastigmat
anastigmatic
anastigmatic lens
anastigmats
anastole
anastomose
anastomosed
anastomosed graft
anastomoses
anastomosing
anastomosing fibres
anastomosing vessel
anastomosis
anastomosis arteriovenosa
anastomotic (current term)
anastomotic branch
anastomotic branch of middle meningeal artery to lacrimal artery
anastomotic stricture
anastomotic ulcer
anastomotic vein
anastomotic veins
anastral
anastrophe
anastrophes
anastrophic
anastrozole
anastylosis
anasyrmata

Literary usage of Anastomotic

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1. Heart studies, chiefly clinical by William Ewart (1894)
"Among 24 cases an anastomotic pulse could be found in nine only; it was either absent or ... The examination needs much care, the anastomotic wave being, ..."

2. Arteria Uterina Ovarica: The Utero-ovarian Artery, Or, the Genital Vascular by Byron Robinson (1903)
"In the proximal portion of the uterus the anastomotic branches lie more ... In general the arterial anastomotic vascular strata lie toward the center of the ..."

3. The Arteries of the gastro-intestinal tract with inosculation circle by Byron Robinson (1908)
"Gastro-Intestinal Arc. The anastomotic apparatus between the coeliac axis and proximal ... In other words, the anastomotic vascular apparatus between the ..."

4. A Treatise on human physiology by John Call Dalton (1882)
"But when the whole trunk is extracted as above, all its fibres, both anastomotic and muscular, are destroyed at the same time. The most striking effects of ..."

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