Medical Definition of Ramus anastomoticus

1. The anastomotic branch, a blood vessel that interconnects two neighboring vessels. It should not be used for the nervous system, because there is no analogy between a vascular anastomosing branch and a connection between nerves or their subdivisions. Synonym: ramus anastomoticus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ramus Anastomoticus

ramtil
ramtilla
ramtillas
ramtils
ramucirumab
ramular
ramuli
ramulose
ramulous
ramulus
ramus
ramus acetabularis
ramus acromialis arteriae suprascapularis
ramus acromialis arteriae thoracoacromialis
ramus alveolaris superior medius nervi infraorbitalis
ramus anastomoticus (current term)
ramus anastomoticus arteriae meningeae mediae cum lacrimali
ramus anterior
ramus anterior ascendens
ramus anterior descendens
ramus anterior lateralis
ramus apicalis
ramus apicalis lobi inferioris arteriae pulmonalis dextrae
ramus apicoposterior venae pulmonalis sinistrae superioris
ramus ascendens
ramus auricularis arteriae occipitalis
ramus auricularis nervi vagi
ramus basalis anterior
ramus basalis lateralis
ramus basalis medialis

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