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  • Hysteroscopic hydrotubation of the equine oviduct. [Journal Article]
    Equine Vet J. 2013 Nov; 45(6):761-5.Inoue 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 May; 41(5):322-7.Audebert 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…
  • Povidone iodine: features of critical systemic absorption. [Case Reports]
    Ann Fr Anesth Reanim. 2011 Jul-Aug; 30(7-8):e1-3.Lakhal K, Faidherbe J, … Capdevila X
  • Povidone iodine (PI), a skin antiseptic, is sometimes used internally but this procedure exposes to potentially lethal iodine absorption. Indeed, a 41-year-old woman, with no relevant medical history, developed a transient hypotension, anuric renal failure, hemolysis, coagulopathy and uterine infarction after intra-uterine injection of PI as a dye to check the fallopian tube patency (hydrotubatio…
  • [Transcervical endoscopic surgery: an update]. [Review]
    Nihon Rinsho. 2010 Jul; 68(7):1324-7.Koizumi M, Hiroi H, Momoeda M
  • Hysteroscopic surgery is considered to be a minimally-invasive procedure. This technique is associated with a shorter hospital stay and a rapid recovery time. At present, with the development of operative technique and instrumention, hysteroscopic surgery is widely performed to disease of endometrial cavity, tubal ostia, or endocervical canal. This procedure needs highly trained technique and can…
  • Enterobius vermicularis infection of the fallopian tube in an infertile female. [Case Reports]
    Pathol Res Pract. 2010 Jun 15; 206(6):405-7.Young C, Tataryn I, … Balachandra B
  • Enterobius vermicularis (EV) is the most common nematode to infect humans. It inhabits the intestinal lumen, but rare, ectopic infections have been documented. The female genital tract is the most common ectopic site. We present a unique case of an EV infection of the fallopian tube resulting in inflammation, tubal obstruction, and infertility. A 30-year-old woman presented with infertility. Inve…
  • Postoperative procedures for improving fertility following pelvic reproductive surgery. [Review]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2009 Apr 15Duffy JM, Johnson N, … Watson A
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is insufficient evidence to support the routine practice of hydrotubation or second-look laparoscopy following female pelvic reproductive surgery. The studies on which this conclusion is based were either of poor quality or underpowered. These interventions should be performed in the context of a good quality, adequately powered randomised controlled trial. Postoperative hydrotubation with fluid containing antibiotic may offer benefit over hydrotubation fluid without antibiotic following tubal surgery. A randomised controlled trial of postoperative hydrotubation with antibiotic-containing fluid versus no hydrotubation for improving fertility following tubal surgery is justified.
  • Tubal disease and fertility outcome. [Congress]
    Reprod Biomed Online. 2008 Feb; 16(2):167-9.Elstein M
  • A consequence of assisted reproduction technology in infertility management has been a decline in tubal surgery. Microsurgery to correct localized damage has the advantage of long-standing restoration of fertility. A simple prognostic classification is lacking. The severity of the tubal damage and the health of the mucosa is key in determining outcome. Visualization of the tube by hysterosalpingo…
  • [The female urogenital system and high level sports]. [Journal Article]
    Bull Acad Natl Med. 2006 Oct; 190(7):1479-91; discussion 1491-3.Crepin G, Biserte J, … Duchene F
  • High-level competition sports can have a variety of negative effects on the female urogenital apparatus. Perineal trauma is rare and is usually associated with certain sports (impalement or hydrotubation during water-skiing, indurated perineal nodules in racing cyclists, and horse-riders' perineum). Effort incontinence is seen in all sports involving abrupt repeated increases in intra-abdominal p…
  • [Timing of pregnancy after surgery for tubal pregnancy]. [Journal Article]
    Nan Fang Yi Ke Da Xue Xue Bao. 2007 Jan; 27(1):104-6.Wang HY, Wen AM, … Hong DH
  • CONCLUSIONS: For women receiving surgery for ectopic pregnancy, the chance for intrauterine pregnancy can be the greatest within 6 months after operation and reduced markedly after 2 years, when recurrent ectopic pregnancy can be likely. Early plans for pregnancy and hydrotubation following the surgery may prove beneficial for raising the chances for postoperative intrauterine pregnancy.
  • Management of tubal obstructions. [Review]
    Surg Technol Int. 2005; 14:199-212.El-Mowafi DM, Ngoh NN
  • Management of the tubal factor could have the most difficult and debatable role in infertility management. The methods used ranged from gaseous insufflation, hydrotubation, laparotomy, and traditional microsurgery to the more recent tactile or hysteroscopic catheterization, and laparoscopic surgery. Results of the in-vitro-fertilization-embryo transfer (IVF-ET) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection…
  • The efficiency of hysterosalpingo-contrastsonography (HyCoSy) in the evaluation of tubal patency. [Journal Article]
    J Obstet Gynaecol. 1999 Sep; 19(5):516-8.Cimen G, Trak B, … Erman O
  • Radiological hysterosalpingography (R-HSG) and laparoscopic hydrotubation are widely used for the evaluation of tubal patency in infertile patients. Both methods have advantages and disadvantages that limit their use. In this study, the efficiency of a new method (HyCoSy) in the diagnosis of tubal patency was evaluated by comparing it with the traditional methods (R-HSG and laparoscopic hydrotuba…
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