a blocked fallopian tube that has filled with fluid
a fallopian tube that is filled with fluid because it is blocked at its end
an obstructed fallopian tube that leads to an accumulation of fluid
A large fluid-filled, club-shaped fallopian tube closed at the fimbriated end . It is a cause of infertility.
A blocked, dilated, fluid-filled fallopian tube.
The collection of watery fluid in one of the Fallopian tubes, leading to swelling and blockage. (Plural is hydrosalpinges).
A hydrosalpinx is a blocked fallopian tube filled with fluid. The blocked tube may become substantially distended with fluid. Hydrosalpinx may be diagnosed using ultrasound, or by laparoscopy, or by using a hysterosalpingogram (HSG), a type of X-ray designed that uses a contrast agent to image the fallopian tubes.