How To Use Salpingectomy In A Sentence

  • The salpingectomy was done when she came into the infirmary for treatment of an irritable bowel. Second Glance
  • Where the tubes are irreversibly damaged and there are large, communicating hydrosalpinges, salpingectomy (laparoscopic or open) is recommended as the success of in vitro fertilisation is impaired by their presence.
  • This operation, which has gained wide attention in recent years under the name of "sterilization," usually takes the form of vasectomy in man and salpingectomy in woman; it is desirable that the reader should have a clear understanding of its nature. Applied Eugenics
  • In the case of women a similar operation on the Fallopian tubes, which is known as salpingectomy, is an abdominal operation and cannot be said to be entirely free from danger, although it is not regarded as very serious. Mental Defectives and Sexual Offenders Report of the Committee of Inquiry Appointed by the Hon. Sir Maui Pomare, K.B.E., C.M.G., Minister of Health
  • The procedure under review in Buck was not hysterectomy but salpingectomy, the cutting of a fallopian tube. Quick, paranoid thought on banning abortion nationwide
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  • What's worst, Alberta seems to have jumped on the bandwagon that categorically prevents coverage for treatment of gender identity disorder when the majority of these treatments (breast augmentation or removal, hormone therapy, hysterectomy, oophorectomy, orchiectomy, and salpingectomy) are covered for other medical conditions. undefined
  • One year later she had a tubal pregnancy and needed salpingectomy.
  • Previously, salpingectomy by laparotomy was the gold standard for the treatment of ectopic pregnancy.
  • October 8th, 2004 at 5:21 am mythago, I think that in practice (as I said above) what happens (which I have invormally verified) is that the Catholic Church allows the removal of the fetus when the fallopian tube is also removed (salpingectomy). The Overreach of Abortion Bans
  • The development of salpingectomy cutting and tying the fallopian tubes and vasectomy in the 1890s provided a relatively simple and safe technology. The Mad Among Us
  • Results 10 cases of PEP occurred after laparoscopic surgery, and 5 happened at laparotomy. 3 cases after salpingectomy, and 12 after after conservative operation of tubal pregnancy.
  • The analogous operation of salpingectomy in women is an abdominal operation, but the risk is not considered serious. Mental Defectives and Sexual Offenders Report of the Committee of Inquiry Appointed by the Hon. Sir Maui Pomare, K.B.E., C.M.G., Minister of Health
  • Before the advent of laparoscopy, laparotomy with salpingectomy (removal of the fallopian tube through an abdominal incision) was the standard therapy for managing ectopic pregnancy.
  • Although past treatment consisted of an open laparotomy and salpingectomy, current laparoscopic techniques for unruptured ectopic pregnancy emphasize tubal preservation.

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