mesosalpinx


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mesosalpinx

[¦me·zō′sal‚piŋks]
(anatomy)
The portion of the broad ligament forming the mesentery of the uterine tube.
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Care should be taken not to interrupt the blood supply to the ovary through the infundibulopelvic ligament because the collateral vasculature from the tubal mesosalpinx is occluded during tube removal.
compared 4 groups of women undergoing laparoscopic tubal sterilization (n= 200) in which the mesosalpinx was infiltrated with (Group 1) lidocaine (Group 2) bupivacaine (Group 3) normal saline solution and (Group 4) no infiltration.
Local anesthetic infiltration for postoperative pain relief after laparoscopy: a qualitative and quantitative systematic review of intraperitoneal, port-site infiltration and mesosalpinx block.
Endometrioid-type cystadenocarcinoma arising in the mesosalpinx.
4,5) In addition to analgesics, local anaesthetics such as lignocaine and bupivacaine have been applied topically as solutions, (6) injected into the mesosalpinx (7) and instilled cervically into the fallopian tubes.
4,6] including vagina, fallopian tube or mesosalpinx, pelvic sidewall, colon and para-metrium.