Tubal


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Tubal

(to͞o`bəl), in the Bible, son of Japheth.
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11-13) Additional molecular data provide further support for tubal rather than ovarian origin of most HGSCs.
1 Mostly, ectopic pregnancy (EP is implanted in various segments of the fallopian tube and called tubal EP.
Therefore, the assessment of tubal patency is of great importance in patients subsequent to a tubal ectopic pregnancy.
Thank you for sharing your method for tubal occlusion device removal.
The rarest form of ectopic pregnancy is bilateral tubal pregnancy, which occurs spontaneously.
The Cornell study is believed to be the first to compare the safety and efficacy of Essure with laparoscopic tubal ligation.
Numerous studies have been done by many authors in the past to assess the effect of tubal ligation on menstrual function.
Patients and methods: Two hundred patients were included in the study with menstrual problems after tubal ligation.
Clinical officers, who receive three years of clinical training, are taught to perform minor surgical procedures, but generally not tubal ligation, even though they are legally permitted to provide this service.
The probability causes of regret after tubal sterilization are young age, decision made by other person, and doing sterilization up to 45th day after childbirth, (6) but menstrual irregularity and dysmenorrhea did not influence regret to a large extent.
Delayed radiography is performed to differentiate the tubal spasm from true tubal occlusion.