tubal pregnancy

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Noun1.tubal pregnancy - ectopic pregnancy in a Fallopian tubetubal pregnancy - ectopic pregnancy in a Fallopian tube
eccyesis, ectopic gestation, ectopic pregnancy, extrauterine gestation, extrauterine pregnancy, metacyesis - pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus
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These 110 patients who were operated for ectopic tubal pregnancies were evaluated retrospectively by reviewing their medical records of TVS, done preoperatively for diagnosing ectopic pregnancy.
The American Fertility Society classifications of adnexal adhesions, distal tubal occlusion, tubal occlusion secondary to tubal ligation, tubal pregnancies, mullerian anomalies and intrauterine adhesions.
March, "American Fertility Society classification of adnexal adhesions, distal tubal occlusions secondary to tubal ligation, tubal pregnancies, mullerian abnormalities and intra uterine adhesions," Fertility and Sterility, vol.
Risk factors include assisted reproductive techniques, previous tubal pregnancies, tubal surgeries, a history of pelvic inflammatory disease, and sexually transmitted diseases [3].
Told throughout in a personal and conversational tone, "Unmasking: A Journey" is the story of a woman who found her own life a series of events, including two tubal pregnancies and a one-year marriage, a near death experience, and so much more, that would necessitate a life-long search for understanding herself and the world (seen and unseen) around her.
The other 11 reports in the literature identified the implantation sites; for most of which (six cases) the implantation site was at the uterine cornu--that is, interstitial pregnancies, accounting for 1% of tubal pregnancies [13].
Tubal pregnancies constitute 97% of all ectopic pregnancies, and the most common implantation site is ampulla.
(6,7) There has been an increase in the number of published case report of bilateral tubal pregnancies following the use of induction ovulation, but spontaneous bilateral unruptured tubal pregnancy remains a rare event.
The AFS classification of adnexal adhesions, distal tubal occlusion, tubal occlusion secondary to tubal ligation, tubal pregnancies, Mullerian anomalies and intrauterine adhesions.
Bilateral ruptured tubal pregnancies associated with oral contraceptives.
[16] have shown expectant management in 144 tubal pregnancies with [beta]-hCG level less than 1500mIU/mL.
Taking these steps with single embryos results in fewer miscarriages and tubal pregnancies, healthier babies with fewer genetic defects and lower hospital bills from birth complications, many fertility specialists say.