verb[no object] formal
Join by intertwining or fitting closely together.
- The LPA was too short for the anastomosis to the main artery, so we inosculated the injured LPA to the recipient inferior epigastric artery.
- After tibial nerves of the rabbits were cut and inosculated, the inosculated areas were treated with local injection of chitosan and dehydrocortisol.
- Example sentences
- All grafts appeared healthy and inosculation was noted for 80-100% of the graft edges on days 7 and 9.
- For several days also direct compression upon the spot of inosculation was combined with this pressure at the cardiac side.
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