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tu·bal

 (to͞o′bəl, tyo͞o′-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or occurring in a tube, such as the fallopian tube or the eustachian tube.

tubal

(ˈtjuːbəl)
adj
1. of or relating to a tube
2. (Physiology) of, relating to, or developing in a Fallopian tube: a tubal pregnancy.

tub•al

(ˈtu bəl, ˈtyu-)

adj.
pertaining to a tube, as a fallopian tube.
[1725–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tubal - of or relating to occurring in a tube such as e.g. the Fallopian tube or Eustachian tubetubal - of or relating to occurring in a tube such as e.g. the Fallopian tube or Eustachian tube; "tubal ligation"; "tubal pregnancy"
Translations

tu·bal

a. tubárico-a;
___ pregnancyembarazo ectópico en una trompa de Falopio;
___ ligationligadura o ligazón de las trompas.

tubal

adj tubárico
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For many decades it was assumed that HGSCs arise from the ovarian surface epithelium, but in 2001 this line of thinking was challenged by the identification of presumptive HGSC precursors--that is, serous tubal intraepithelial carcinomas (STICs), and occult HGSCs in the fallopian tubes of patients with germline BRCA1 mutations who were undergoing prophylactic surgery.
The purpose of our study was to predict the treatment choice of tubal EP by using hematologic parameters which are routinely used in clinical practice.
A tubal ectopic pregnancy is one in which blastocyst implants in fallopian tube.
My patient's rheumatologist recently asked me to remove the tubal occlusion device (Essure) inserts that I had placed approximately 5 years ago.
Surgical techniques for tubal infertility have been tried and have success rates of around 50%, but depend on the severity of damage, associated abnormalities, technique of surgery (open versus microsurgery versus laparoscopic) and training of the surgeon (11, 12).
1) Bilateral tubal pregnancy is a rare disease, which occurs in 1 per 200,000 pregnancies.
A patient's risk of undergoing a reoperation is more than 10 times greater after hysteroscopic sterilization with the Essure device than after laparoscopic bilateral tubal ligation, according to an observational cohort study published in the BMJ.
1] Owing to lack of proper medical facilities, lower literacy levels, and lower acceptance of barrier methods among the rural population permanent methods such as tubal ligation became an important aspect of family planning in India.
Objective: To determine the frequency of menstrual problems after tubal ligation.
in a prospective study designed to examine whether mid-level providers can safely perform tubal ligation in rural Uganda, where physicians are in short supply, almost all women whose procedure was performed by a clinical officer had a successful outcome and reported that they were satisfied with the ligation.
Tubal sterilization is the method of family planning most commonly used.
Its findings in the tubal patency are reliable and does not have to be confirmed by laparoscopy.