|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by anita - Oct 25th, 2016 2:35 pm.|
|1- UTERUS IS ACCURATE TYPE & SHOWING NORMAL OUTLINE AND POSITION.
2- NO ABNORMAL FILLING DEFECT IS SEEN.
3- RIGHT UTERINE TUBE IS ONLY SEEN IN ITS PROXIMAL PART.
4- LEFT UTERINE TUBE IS SEEN IN ITS ENTIRE COURSE SIDE.
5- ENCYSTED PERITONEAL SPILLA OF CONTRAST ON LEFT SIDE
6- NO FREE PERITONEAL SPILL OF CONTRAST IS SEEN ON RIGHT SIDE.
7- INTRAVASTATION OF CONTRAST IS SEEN IN UTERINE VEINS.
S/O: ARCUATE UTERUS.
* RIGHT SIDED PROXIMAL TUBAL BLOCK WITH ABSENCE OF FREE SPILLAGE OF CONTRAST ON RIGHT SIDE.
* ENCYSTED SPILLAGE OF CONTRAST ON LEFT SIDE (? FIMBRIAL ADHESION)..
re: FALLOPIAN TUBE BLOCK by Dr Rahul - Oct 26th, 2016 9:37 am
The report state that your right fallopian tube is blocked. Fallopian tube obstruction is a major cause of female infertility. Blocked fallopian tubes are unable to let the ovum and the sperm converge, thus making fertilization impossible.
Most commonly a tube may be obstructed due to infection such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).
Treatment of fallopian tube obstruction has traditionally been treated with fallopian tubal surgery (tuboplasty) with a goal of restoring patency to the tubes and thus possibly normal function.
Different types of tuboplasty have been developed and can be applied by laparoscopy. They include lysis of adhesions, fimbrioplasty (repairing the fimbriated end of the tubes), salpinostomy (creating an opening for the tube), resection and reananstomosis (removing a piece of blocked tube and reuniting the remaining patent parts of the tube), and tubal reimplantation (reconnecting the tube to the uterus). Further, using fluoroscopy or hysteroscopy proximal tubal occlusion can be overcome by unilateral or bilateral selective tubal cannulation, a procedure where a thin catheter is advanced through the proximal portion of the fallopian tube os to examine and possibly restore tubal patency salpinostomy (creating an opening for the tube) or falloposcopy.
re: FALLOPIAN TUBE BLOCK by Priti Sonkusare - Dec 7th, 2016 12:25 pm
|I m suffering from adhesions near both overies and blocked fallopian tubes that's why I m not able to get pregnant .pls help me.
you need to go for diagnostic laparoscopy for better visualisation of the tube. The adhesion around the ovaries can be removed by this procedure and the tubal patency can also be checked. So you can consult your nearby gynecologist or can visit world laparoscopy hospital.
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