Isoperistaltic anastomosis

isoperistaltic anastomosis i·so·per·i·stal·tic anastomosis (ī’sō-pěr’ĭ-stôl’tĭk, -stāl’-)
A surgical connection between segments of intestine that allows the contents to flow in a normal direction.


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