Tubal

Tubal (Hebrew: תובל or תבל‎ ) (Georgian: ტუბალი) in Genesis 10 (the "Table of Nations"), was the name of a son of Japheth, son of Noah.

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Tubal Reversal Success Rates
... Tubal reversal success rates vary widely depending upon many factors ... These include the women's ages, methods of tubal ligation that they had performed, experience of the surgeon and techniques for repairing the tubes, length of follow-up after ...
Tubal (disambiguation)
... Tubal was a son of Japheth, son of Noah ... Tubal may also refer to Tubal-cain, a figure in Genesis 4 ... Tubal (character), a character in The Merchant of Venice Tubal Rabbi Cain (born 1964), Nigerian writer Tubal Uriah Butler (1897-1977), Grenadian-born preacher and labour ...
Tubal Reversal Surgeries - Laparoscopic Tubal Reversal
... Laparoscopic Tubal Reversal is a minimally-invasive surgical procedure (laparoscopy), using small, specially-designed instruments to repair and reconnect the fallopian tubes ... When performed by a trained laparoscopic tubal reversal surgeon, laparoscopic tubal reversal combines the success rates of micro-surgical techniques with the advantages of minimally-invasive ...
Tubal - Literature
... A major study on the historical geography of Rosh, Meshech, Tubal and the other northern nations listed in Ezekiel 38–39 and elsewhere ...
Tubal Reversal Surgeries - Ampullary Salpingostomy
... Fimbriectomy is an uncommon type of tubal ligation that is performed by removing the fimbrial portion of the fallopian tube next to the ovary, leaving the tubal segment attached to the uterus ... After fimbriectomy, the remaining tubal segment can be opened by the technique ampullary salpingostomy ... A microsurgical electrode is used to open the tubal end and expose the internal lining ...