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*  Tubal ligation
Fimbriectomy By removing a portion of the fallopian tube closest to the ovary, fimbriectomy eliminates the fallopian tube's ... around the fallopian tube and removing the segment of tubing between the ligatures. Then to complete the procedure, the ends of ... During the procedure, the health care provider heated a small portion of each fallopian tube and then inserted a tiny piece of ... Tubal ring The silastic band or tubal ring method involves a doubling over of the fallopian tubes and application of a silastic ...
*  ICD-10 Chapter XVII: Congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities
... fallopian tubes and broad ligaments (Q51) Congenital malformations of uterus and cervix (Q51.0) Agenesis and aplasia of uterus ...
*  Abdominal pain
... fallopian tubes) Right low back pain liver pain (hepatomegaly) right kidney pain (its location below the area of liver pain) ...
*  Falloposcopy
Perforation of a fallopian tube appears the only reported complication and is encountered in about 4-5% of inspected tubes. In ... is the inspection of the fallopian tubes through a micro- endoscope. The falloposcope is inserted into the tube through its ... The procedure allows removal of debris or filmy adhesions from within the fallopian tube, further in selected cases proximal ... Problems were encountered in the ability to enter the tubes, and, even when tubes were cannulated, light reflexions or "white ...
*  Human reproduction
Only 1 in 14 million of the ejaculated sperm will reach the Fallopian tube. The egg simultaneously moves through the Fallopian ... a process of oogenesis matures one ovum which is released and sent down the Fallopian tube. If not fertilized, this egg is ... travels through the vagina and cervix into the uterus or Fallopian tubes. ... tube away from the ovary. One of the sperm encounters, penetrates and fertilizes the ovum, creating a zygote. Upon ...
*  Tuboplasty
Fallopian tube obstruction Kodaman PH, Arici A, Seli E (2004). "Evidence-based diagnosis and management of tubal factor ... Tuboplasty refers to a number of surgical operations that attempt to restore patency and functioning of the Fallopian tube(s) ... Salpingostomy, creating a new distal opening for the tube. Salpingolysis, removing adhesions from around the tube. Cornual ... resecting of an occluded transmural segment of the tube and connecting the distal patent segment of the tube to the uterus so ...
*  Intact dilation and extraction
Prophylactic antibiotics (usually doxycycline) are given to prevent infection of the Fallopian tubes (salpingitis) or ...
*  Oophorectomy
The formal medical name for removal of a woman's entire reproductive system (ovaries, Fallopian tubes, uterus) is "total ... in which the Fallopian tubes are blocked but the ovaries remain intact. In many cases, surgical removal of the ovaries is ... The removal of an ovary together with the Fallopian tube is called salpingo-oophorectomy or unilateral salpingo-oophorectomy ( ... USO). When both ovaries and both Fallopian tubes are removed, the term bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (BSO) is used. ...
*  FAM227a
... is most highly expressed in the tissues of the fallopian tube, testis, and pituitary gland. FAM227A is present in ... FAM227A is experimentally determined to be highly expressed in the testis, epididymis, pituitary gland, and the fallopian tubes ...
*  PARP inhibitor
Approved in March 2017 by US FDA for epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube, and primary peritoneal cancer. Marketed as Zejula. ...
*  Fertilisation
The capacitated spermatozoon and the oocyte meet and interact in the ampulla of the fallopian tube. Rheotaxis, thermotaixs and ... or tube) cytoplasm. Hydrolytic enzymes are secreted by the pollen tube that digest the female tissue as the tube grows down the ... After the pollen tube enters the gametophyte, the pollen tube nucleus disintegrates and the two sperm cells are released; one ... a growing pollen tube therefore contains three separate nuclei, two sperm and one tube. The sperms are interconnected and ...
*  Adhesion (medicine)
This distortion can prevent an ovum from traveling to the fimbriated end of the Fallopian tube. A meta-analysis in 2012 came to ...
*  Development of the endocrine system
The Müllerian structures remain and develop into the fallopian tubes, uterus, and the upper region of the vagina. The ...
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Other distinguishing characteristics include stretch marks on her stomach and cysts present on her Fallopian tubes and ovaries ...
*  Ovarian cyst
Hydrosalpinx, or fallopian tube dilation, can be mistaken for an ovarian cyst due to its anechoic appearance. Follow-up for ... The corpus luteum is the remnant of the follicle after the ovum has moved to the fallopian tubes. This normally degrades within ...
*  Müllerian agenesis
Female reproductive organs, such as the cervix, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and much of the vagina, are hence affected. An ...
*  Diane Fordney
Fordney Settlage DS, Motoshima M, Tredway, DR (1973). Sperm transport from the external cervical os to the Fallopian tubes in ...
*  Block 10
His method was to inject a caustic substance into the cervix in order to obstruct the fallopian tubes. His experimental ...
*  Michael Palese
A Case of Probable Implantative Origin With Characterization of Benign Fallopian Tube Immunohistochemistry". Int J Surg Pathol ...
*  Wertheim-Meigs operation
The ovaries and fallopian tubes are typically left intact, although this decision is made on an individual basis. The morbidity ...
*  Ovulation
... where it is caught by the fimbriae at the end of the fallopian tube. After entering the fallopian tube, the oocyte is pushed ... During the luteal (post-ovulatory) phase, the secondary oocyte will travel through the fallopian tubes toward the uterus. If ...
*  Rovsing's sign
This may include causes relating to the bladder, uterus, ascending (right) colon, fallopian tubes, ovaries, or other structures ...
*  Adenomatoid tumor
In the female, it has been found in the body of the uterus and the fallopian tube. Williams SB, Han M, Jones R, Andrawis R ( ...
*  BRCA mutation
... cancer of the Fallopian tubes. Women with a BRCA mutation have more than 100 times the normal rate of Fallopian tube cancer. ... Salpingo-oophorectomy is the single most effective method of preventing ovarian and Fallopian tube cancer in women with a BRCA ... BRCA-related ovarian and Fallopian tube cancer is more treatable than average because it is unusually susceptible to platinum- ... Prophylactic salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of the ovaries and Fallopian tubes) results in a very large reduction in ovarian ...
*  Gamete intrafallopian transfer
... and placed back into the woman's Fallopian tubes using a laparoscope. A woman must have at least one normal fallopian tube in ... Eggs are removed from a woman's ovaries, and placed in one of the Fallopian tubes, along with the man's sperm. The technique, ...
*  Abortion and the Catholic Church
The argument that these methods amount to an indirect abortion revolves around the idea that the removal of the Fallopian tube ... A doctor who believes abortion is always morally wrong may nevertheless remove the uterus or fallopian tubes of a pregnant ... but did not forbid the removal of the infected fallopian tube, thus causing an indirect abortion.(see below). In 1930 Pope Pius ... the only moral action in an ectopic pregnancy where a woman's life is directly threatened is the removal of the tube containing ...
*  Mammalian reproduction
The vagina is attached to the uterus through the cervix, while the uterus is attached to the ovaries via the Fallopian tubes. ... At certain intervals, the ovaries release an ovum, which passes through the fallopian tube into the uterus. If, in this transit ... a process of oogenesis matures one ovum which is released and sent down the Fallopian tube. If not fertilized, this egg is ...