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Figure 2: Step-wise demonstration of anastomosis with venous bifurcation in small-caliber vein with good arterial flow. (a) Dissection of vein and localization of bifurcation point. (b) Division of branches. (c) Division of common wall. (d) Dilatation of venous end. (e) Arteriotomy. (f) Arteriovenous anastomosis. (g) Establishment of fistula. (h) Immediate postoperative venous dilatation is evident on the skin surface

Figure 2: Step-wise demonstration of anastomosis with venous bifurcation in small-caliber vein with good arterial flow. (a) Dissection of vein and localization of bifurcation point. (b) Division of branches. (c) Division of common wall. (d) Dilatation of venous end. (e) Arteriotomy. (f) Arteriovenous anastomosis. (g) Establishment of fistula. (h) Immediate postoperative venous dilatation is evident on the skin surface