surgical opening of a fallopian tube for drainage or removal of an obstruction
Microsurgery to make a permanent, new opening at the outer fimbrial end of the fallopian tube after it has become blocked from salpingitis or, uncommonly nowadays, from fimbriectomy. Sometimes attempted at laparoscopy, though mostly with a reduced chance of success. See also: fimbriolysis See also: hydrosalpinx
a surgical incision into a fallopian tube
A surgical procedure where the wall of the fallopian tube is opened and the ectopic pregnancy is removed. The tubal incision heals spontaneously.
An incision in a Fallopian tube, such as to remove an ectopic pregnancy and preserve the tube.
A surgical incision in the fallopian tubes. This may be done to remove an ectopic pregnancy or to recreate an opening in an obstructed tube. close window
A form of tubal surgery in which the end of the fallopian tube(s) is opened at the time of laparoscopy or laparotomy, using small surgical stitches or a laser.
An operation to open up a blocked Fallopian tube, where the blockage is at the fimbria end.
The making of an artificial opening in a Fallopian tube.
Surgical opening of the Fallopian tube(s).
A surgical incision made in a fallopian tube, as in to repair a tube or to remove an ectopic pregnancy.