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  • Hysteroscopic hydrotubation of the equine oviduct. [Journal Article]
    Equine Vet J 2013; 45(6):761-5Inoue Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: In 15 of 20 (75.0%) attempts, the catheter was successfully inserted into the uterotubal junction, and dye was observed at the ampulla, fimbria, overlying the ovary or surrounding tissue. In 2 mares, the videoendoscope could not be manipulated to identify the uterotubal junction. Only one of 2 oviducts was flushed in an additional mare because insufflation of the uterus could not be maintained. The colour of the dye was evident macroscopically and spectrophotometrically in 4 of 8 mares from which peritoneal fluid was successfully collected.The equine oviduct can be evaluated by hysteroscopic selective hydrotubation.
  • [Iatrogenic endometriosis during reproductive age: main issues?]. [Review]
    Gynecol Obstet Fertil 2013; 41(5):322-7Audebert A
  • Among endometriotic lesions a small proportion is secondary to various medical activities, and may be considered as iatrogenic. Any medical or surgical procedure increasing the menstrual flow or the retrograde flow bears a potential risk: conization, hydrotubation or copper intra-uterine device. Surgical procedures, by laparotomy or laparoscopic approach, are able to favor transport and cutaneous…
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