Fallopian

Some articles on fallopian:

Tubal Reversal Surgeries - Tubotubal Anastomosis
... a tubal ligation, there are usually two remaining fallopian tube segments - the proximal tubal segment that emerges from the uterus and the distal tubal segment that ends with the fimbria next to the ovary ... This ensures that the fallopian tube is open from the uterine cavity to its fimbrial end ... in the connective tissue that lies beneath the fallopian tubes (mesosalpinx) ...
Fallopian Tube - Pathology - Surgery
... The surgical removal of a Fallopian tube is called a salpingectomy ... An operation that combines the removal of a Fallopian tube with removal of at least one ovary is a salpingo-oophorectomy ... An operation to restore a fallopian tube obstruction is called a tuboplasty ...
Fallopian Tube Cancer
... Primary fallopian tube cancer (PFTC), often just tubal cancer, is a malignant neoplasm that originates from the fallopian tube ...
Fallopian Tube Cancer - Staging
... is done at the time of surgery Stage 0 Carcinoma in situ Stage I Growth limited to fallopian tubes Stage II Growth involving one or both fallopian tubes with extension to pelvis Stage ...
Fallopian Tube Obstruction - Causes
... The Fallopian tubes may also be occluded or disabled by endometritis, infections after childbirth and intraabdominal infections including appendicitis and peritonitis ... The formation of adhesions may not necessarily block a fallopian tube, but render it dysfunctional by distorting or separating it from the ovary ... Fallopian tubes may be blocked as a method of contraception ...

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