inosculation


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inosculation

[in‚äs·kyə′lā·shən]
(medicine)
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Afterwards, appropriate artificial blood vessels were transplanted, and blood flow was recovered after inosculation.
The aims of treatment of PFOA are to recover the inosculation of the patellofemoral joint, balance the soft tissues, and eliminate the primary causes for patellofemoral joint pain.
These surgeries have an increased level of technical difficulty and likely have poor recipient vascularity and graft bed with possibly impaired imbibition, inosculation and formation of granulation tissue.