Fallopian tube

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  • noun

Synonyms for Fallopian tube

either of a pair of tubes conducting the egg from the ovary to the uterus

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May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Compass Clinical Research and the Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area (RSC) are hoping to recruit between 20 to 50 women suffering from hydrosalpinx, a build-up of fluid in the fallopian tubes that can cause infertility, to receive free surgeries as a part of a study of the effectiveness of a new out-patient procedure used in conjunction with in vitro fertilization (IVF).
In addition, the fallopian tube inserts that produce contraception can only be removed by surgery.
Essure deploys a soft micro-insert into the fallopian tube through the cervix using a minimally invasive transcervical tubal access catheter.
PROKR1 allows pregnancies to implant correctly inside the womb, but its presence in the Fallopian tubes is believed to increase the risks of this happening outside the womb.
Patients at risk should be counseled about the benefits of hysterectomy with removal of the fallopian tubes, Dr.
Falloposcopy, which is the study of the pathology of the fallopian tubes using a fiber-optic endoscope, is being evaluated in a twenty center, International Multicenter Study of Falloposcopy (IMSF), directed by Dr.
trachomatis can live within the cells of a variety of mucosal tissues, including the cervix, the fallopian tubes, the urethra and the conjunctival membrane lining the eye.
As the dye moves through the organs, the physician assesses the condition of the cervical canal, uterus and fallopian tubes.
During the study, lead researcher Tatiana Jazedje set out to isolate and assess the differentiation potential of mesenchymal stem cells from discarded human fallopian tubes.
CHICAGO -- A novel method of occluding fallopian tubes may someday make sterilization an office-based procedure, Dennis R.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Until now, fallopian tubes have been difficult, if not impossible, to view inside a woman's body.
Tubal pregnancies occur when a fertilized egg becomes implanted in the wall of one of the fallopian tubes instead of descending to the uterus.
During the Essure procedure, the device is inserted through the cervix into the fallopian tubes through a catheter that covers the guidewire, from which the device is then released.
A new technique known as the selective tubal occlusion procedure (STOP) involves the use of an experimental device that is implanted within the fallopian tubes during hysteroscopy.