*  Pregnancy test
It is normal for sperm to live up to five days in the fallopian tubes, waiting for ovulation to occur.[unreliable medical ... ISBN 0-06-093764-5. Ellington, Joanna (2004). "Sperm Transport to the Fallopian Tubes". Frequently Asked Questions with Dr. E. ...
*  Eugenics Board of North Carolina
The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the Fallopian tubes. Despite the Supreme ...
*  Embryo
In a placental mammal, an ovum is fertilized in a fallopian tube through which it travels into the uterus. An embryo is called ...
*  Interstitial pregnancy
The part of the Fallopian tube that is located in the uterine wall and connects the remainder of the tube to the endometrial ... the pregnancy is located outside the uterine cavity in that part of the fallopian tube that penetrates the muscular layer of ... Its borders are the opening (ostium) of the tube to the endometrial cavity within the uterus and, laterally, the visible narrow ... are located within the endometrial cavity in the corner where the tube connects; typically those pregnancies are viable ...
*  Fertiloscope
Clinical decisions following fertiloscopy When the fallopian tube is abnormal, the modern tendency is to choose IVF in all ... Watrelot A, Hamilton J, & Grudzinkas J. Advances in the assessment of the uterus and fallopian tube function. Best Practice & ... Physical abnormalities of the fallopian tubes, including blockage and mucosal damage, and in the pelvic cavity, including ... The normal diagnostic practice is as follows: Blockage of the fallopian tubes is mainly diagnosed today by ...
*  Endometrial cancer
... frequently metastasizes to the ovaries and Fallopian tubes when the cancer is located in the upper part of ... together with removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries on both sides, called a bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy. In more ... and both ovaries and Fallopian tubes. Lymphadenectomy, or removal of pelvic and para-aortic lymph nodes, is performed for ... P53 mutations and chromosome instability are associated with serous carcinomas, which tend to resemble ovarian and Fallopian ...
*  Christiane Völling
... including ovaries and fallopian tubes. While no testicular tissue was detected, Völling was diagnosed as having a mix of both ...
*  Brad Snyder (As the World Turns)
Unknown to Brad, Katie sought fertility treatments, but had an ectopic pregnancy which burst one of her Fallopian tubes and ...
*  Chlamydia antibodies
... testing for Chlamydia antibodies is a cost-effective screening device in detecting fallopian tube pathology, as it is often ...
*  Parasympathetic nervous system
Also in the female, the parasympathetics innervate the fallopian tubes, which helps peristaltic contractions and movement of ... The vagus contribution of parasympathetic continues down the gut tube until the end of the midgut. The midgut ends two thirds ... The extent of the parasympathetic in the abdomen include the pancreas, kidneys, liver, gall bladder, stomach and gut tube. ...
*  Sterilization of deaf people in Nazi Germany
When the abdominal cavity was opened the ways of sterilization were by crushing or removing the fallopian tubes, but the most " ... In almost all cases a laparotomy was practiced, and either the fallopian tubes were crushed, severed, or removed, or the entire ... Some simple methods were removal of the tubes, but because of the high failure rate it was not commonly practiced. "the ...
*  Persistent Müllerian duct syndrome
... (PMDS) is the presence of Müllerian duct derivatives (fallopian tubes, uterus, and/or the ... and fallopian tubes. The condition can come to attention because of a bulge in the inguinal canal of an XY infant due to ...
*  Infundibulum of uterine tube
The infundibulum terminates with the ostium of Fallopian tube, surrounded by fimbriae, one of which (the "ovarian fimbria") is ... The second part (from the opening where the fimbriae receive the egg) of the uterine tube is the infundibulum. It is between ...
*  Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome
... bacterial pathogens cause a thinning of cervical mucus and allow bacteria from the vagina into the uterus and fallopian tubes, ...
*  Pseudomyxoma peritonei
Since the mucus tends to pool at the bottom of the abdominal cavity, it is common to remove the ovaries, fallopian tubes, ... fallopian tubes, and the pancreas. This disease is often discovered during surgery for other conditions, e.g., hernia repair, ...
*  Surface epithelial-stromal tumor
... or from ectopic endometrial or Fallopian tube (tubal) tissue. Tumors of this type are also called ovarian adenocarcinoma. This ...
*  Pregnancy
The fertilized egg then travels down the fallopian tube and attaches to the inside of the uterus, where it begins to form the ... unite in one of the two fallopian tubes. The fertilized egg, known as a zygote, then moves toward the uterus, a journey that ... intake has been shown to decrease the risk of fetal neural tube defects, such as spina bifida. The neural tube develops during ... Stevenson RE, Allen WP, Pai GS, Best R, Seaver LH, Dean J, Thompson S (2000). "Decline in prevalence of neural tube defects in ...
*  Conceptus Inc.
... began development of micro-catheter and guidewire systems that allowed physicians to access and navigate the fallopian tubes ...
*  Spermatozoon
... and then the spermatozoa move through chemotaxis to the ovum inside a Fallopian tube or the uterus. Approaching the egg cell is ... fertilization involves the migration of the sperm nucleus through a fertilization tube (e.g. pollen tube in higher plants) to ...
*  Institut Marques
leonardo Marquès Giraut carried out various studies on the permeability of fallopian tubes achieving the "Fargas de la Academia ...
*  Reproductive system disease
For females, reproductive tract infections can affect the upper reproductive tract (fallopian tubes, ovary and uterus) and the ...
*  Adelaide Neilson
... post-mortem stated death was caused by blood loss due to a rupture in the broad ligament near the left fallopian tube.[citation ...
*  Cattanach v Melchior
She recalled having one ovary removed when she was fifteen years of age and that her fallopian tube had at that time also been ... While performing the operation Dr Cattanach could see no evidence of a second fallopian tube and so assumed that Mrs Melchior's ...
*  Appendicitis
... of lymph nodes near the appendix or pain originating from other pelvic organs such as the ovaries or Fallopian tubes. Play ...
*  Gabriele Falloppio
He studied the reproductive organs in both sexes, and described the Fallopian tube, which leads from the ovary to the uterus ... He also described the Fallopian hiatus, an opening in the anterosuperior part of the petrosal bone. His contributions to ...
*  Meigs' syndrome
... fallopian tube disorders such as hydrosalpinx, granulomatous salpingitis, fallopian tube malignancy; ovarian disorders such as ...
*  Hyperactivation
Before reaching the egg, the sperm are often trapped in epithelial cells in a Fallopian tube, meaning they are rendered inert ...