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Tubal

(to͞o`bəl), in the Bible, son of Japheth.
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To determine the predictive value of sonosalpingography (SSG) and hysterosalpingography (HSG) in diagnosing tubal pathology in female partners of infertile couples.
Moreover, he said not every woman was at risk of having ectopic pregnancy, and that risk factors included maternal age of 35-44, previous ectopic pregnancy, previous pelvic and abdominal surgery, PID, several induced abortions, conceiving after having a tubal ligation or while an intra-uterine device (IUD) was in place, smoking, endometriosis, undergoing fertility treatments or using fertility medications
In this video, we review some background information surrounding a tubal reversal, followed by demonstration of a robotic interpretation of a 2-stitch anastomosis technique in a patient who successfully conceived and delivered.
Ataturk Universitesi Tip Fakultesi Kadin Hastaliklari ve Dogum Klinigimizde Ocak 2007 ile Ocak 2017 arasinda tubal reanastomoz operasyonu uygulanan 68 olgu degerlendirildi.
Different methods of contraception were being used with tubal ligation and condoms being the most preferred method in 114 (37%) and 89 (29%) respectively while vasectomy 2 (1%) being the least preferred choice for contraception (Figure).
Tubal's younger brother, Ama, was hit three times and taken to the hospital.
: The subject of the order is the delivery, Installation and commissioning of a co2 laser with a laparoscopic device for the treatment of deep infiltrating endometriosis and tubal microsurgery.
We describe here the case of a 40-year-old white Caucasian woman with a history of bilateral tubal ligation and supracervical hysterectomy 12 weeks earlier and who presented to the emergency room for abdominal pain.
The findings of cornual obstruction on hysterosalpingogram can be due to several reasons including tubal spasm, mucus plugs, debris, or true cornual blockage [1,3].
On pelvic survey, the left fallopian tube was noted to have a dilated distal portion, approximately 2cm in diameter with active bleeding, consistent with a ruptured left ectopic versus tubal abortion (Figure 3).
Only 40 patients (48%) had abnormal histological changes, which included glomerulosclerosis (GS, 25%),interstitial fibrosis (IF, 13%), acute tubular necrosis (ATN, 5%), and focal tubal atrophy (FTA, 5%) (Table 1).
For many decades it was assumed that HGSCs arise from the ovarian surface epithelium, but in 2001 this line of thinking was challenged by the identification of presumptive HGSC precursors--that is, serous tubal intraepithelial carcinomas (STICs), and occult HGSCs in the fallopian tubes of patients with germline BRCA1 mutations who were undergoing prophylactic surgery.