from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In pathology, the accumulation of serous liquid in a Fallopian tube.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
distally blocked Fallopian tubefilled with serousor clear fluid.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Tubal abnormalities, including scar tissue, resulting from endometriosis, PID, or a previous ectopic pregnancy, as well as a condition known as hydrosalpinx, a complete tubal blockage
(a condition called hydrosalpinx) should be left alone; conception in such a case is best achieved via a laboratory procedure, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF—see Chapter 21).
A paper in January of 1998 showed only four Twelve women with a hydrosalpinx who had not deliveries in women with a hydrosalpinx who conceived with previous IVF attempts in that 1998 had undergone 47 IFV cycles (8. 5\%.)
The success rate of tubes are very delicate structures that are surgical treatment of a tube that has become a responsible for picking up the egg and providing hydrosalpinx is usually very low. the site for fertilization and early embryo devel - opment.
If there is severe damage, the results rate in the presence of hydrosalpinx compared to of surgery are frequently poor and 18. 2\% with tubal disease and no hydrosalpinx.
Careful consideration should therefore performed on all patients with a hydrosalpinx be given to surgically correcting hydrosalpinges which communicate with the uterus prior to IVF. prior to attempting any IVF cycle.
Their 29 IVF cycles following the surgery the negative e ect of the hydrosalpinx.
This striking hydrosalpinx, but had never been through IVF di erence in the success rate seems to con rm before.
This uid can be toxic to the embryos and can have a negative The negative e ect of hydrosalpinx has been e ect on the uterine lining.