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And Anastomosis - Glossary of Medical Terms

Anastomosis Anastomosis I

I in anatomy:

  1. Anastomosis - PNA (anatomical nomenclature of Paris);Gr.anastomosis - anastomosis from anastomoo - supply mouth, the opening - a natural connection between two hollow organs (such as ducts, blood vessels);
  2. anastomotic vessel (obsolete.) Connecting the two lymph or blood vessels.

are the following types of anastomosis:

  • Arterial (arterialis) - arterial anastomosis in the form of a branch network that connects two arteries;
  • Arterial vneorganny (arterialis extraorganica) - arterial anastomosis between arteries areas located outside the body to supply them;
  • Arterial intraorganic (arterialis intraorganica) - arterial anastomosis between the artery supplies the areas within its authority;
  • Arterial intersystem (arterialis intrasystemica) - arterial anastomosis between the branches of a main artery;
  • Arterial intersystem (arterialis intersystemica) - arterial anastomosis between different branches of the great arteries;
  • Arteriovenous glomerular [arteriovenos
    a glomeriformis - LNH (Leningrad histological nomenclature);Synonym: pheochrome body] - arteriolovenulyarny anastomosis in a convoluted tangle of blood vessels, which is surrounded by a connective capsule and provided with numerous nerve endings;
  • Arteriolovenulyarny [arteriolovenularis - PNA (anatomical nomenclature of Paris);arteriovenosa - BNA (anatomical nomenclature of Basel), JNA (Jena anatomical nomenclature);Synonym: arteriovenous anastomosis] - the connection between arterioles and venules;
  • Venous (venosa) - between the veins;
  • Cavo-caval (cavo-cavalis) - venous anastomosis between the tributaries of the upper and lower vena cava;
  • carotid-basilar (carotidobasilaris) - arterial anastomosis between the internal carotid artery and basilar embryo, reducing the time of birth;at a later age is an anomaly of development;
  • portocaval (portocavalis) - venous anastomosis between hollow and tributaries of the portal vein;It located in the walls of the upper part of the rectum, abdominal esophagus, etc .;
  • The ducts [ductuum - LNE (Leningrad embryological nomenclature)] - Connect the dorsal and ventral pancreatic duct of the embryo.

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