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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that compared 91 women undergoing bilateral salpingectomy with 95 women with mesosalpinx removal within the tubes during salpingectomy observed no significant difference in change of ovarian reserve.
The most logical solution would be the introduction of synonyms as was done for tuba uterina, processus articularis (superior/inferior) vertebrae or palatum molle explaining other anatomical terms derived from their synonyms: mesosalpinx, art.
The surgeons divided the mesosalpinx and then transected the fallopian tube approximately 1 cm distal to the cornua exposing the permanent contraception insert while avoiding direct electrosurgical application to the insert.
(1) The Pouch of Douglas (POD) is the most common location of abdominal pregnancy followed by the mesosalpinx and omentum.
Hypermobility due to an elongated utero-ovarian ligament and hyperlaxity of mesosalpinx or mesoovarium may be contributing factors [7].
Although papillary cystadenomas of the epididymis have been well documented, only a limited number of cases of papillary cystadenomas of the mesosalpinx have been reported in women with vHLD.
* An opening made in mesosalpinx with cautery needle below ligation site, and sharp scissors used to cut the tube on either side of blocked portions (Fig.
found that infiltration of ropivacaine (50 ml) in the area between the peritoneal and mesosalpinx may have a positive role in reducing pain in 80 patients who underwent laparoscopic tubal sterilization to eliminate infection [22].
Given the abnormal CT scan and her 60-pound weight loss, she underwent an exploratory laparotomy which revealed a large hematoma extending up the left pelvic wall to the kidney, mesosalpinx of the left adnexa, and 300 mL of ascites.
The most common abdominal implantation site is 55% in the posterior cul-de-sac followed by 27% in the mesosalpinx, 9% in the omentum, and 9% between the anterior uterine wall and the bladder.
(7,8) The predilection site for avian smooth muscle tumors is the genital system, especially the mesosalpinx of females and the epididymis and ductus deferens of males.