inosculation


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inosculation

[in‚äs·kyə′lā·shən]
(medicine)
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This is followed by inosculation, a 4-7 day process in which the donor and recipient end capillaries are aligned with vascular network and neovascularization in the third and final phase (Wood, 2015).
[19.] JM Converse, J Smahel, DL Ballantyne, AD Harper, Inosculation of vessels of skin graft and host bed: a fortuitous encounter, Br.
This study used the Hat wavelet series for expandability and for the ability of inosculation to other numerical methods.
Menger, "Vascularization in tissue engineering: angiogenesis versus inosculation," European Surgical Research, vol.