salpingitis


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sal·pin·gi·tis

 (săl′pĭn-jī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the fallopian or eustachian tube.

salpingitis

(ˌsælpɪnˈdʒaɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of a Fallopian tube
[C19: from salpinx + -itis]
salpingitic adj

sal•pin•gi•tis

(ˌsæl pɪnˈdʒaɪ tɪs)

n.
inflammation of a salpinx.
[1860–65]

salpingitis

Inflammation of the Fallopian tubes caused by bacterial infection.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.salpingitis - inflammation of a Fallopian tube (usually the result of infection spreading from the vagina or uterus) or of a Eustachian tube
inflammation, redness, rubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat
Translations

sal·pin·gi·tis

n. salpingitis, infl. de las trompas de Falopio.

salpingitis

n salpingitis f
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Ovarian adhesions were diagnosed in three patients with SSG spill negative when the ovaries could not be mobilized at all by gentle pressure with the vaginal probe and abdominal pressure using the examiner's free hand.(2) Salpingitis isthmic nodosa was missed by SSG but it was identified as the peritubal pathology during laparoscopy.
Other causes included musculoskeletal disorders in emus (particularly hand-reared) and rheas; trauma in neonate ostriches, mainly due to crushing by parents; leg deformities in emu chicks and juveniles; general sepsis in hand-reared ratite chicks due to a chlamydiosis outbreaks (1989-1990); trauma by conspecifics in subadult ostriches and emus; stress myopathy in subadult rheas, particularly after introduction to a new enclosure; evisceration inflicted by herbivorous enclosure mates on adult male ostriches; fatal peritonitis following salpingitis in adult female ostriches; and death associated with ocular disorder in adult male emus.
Para el ano 2012 se reportaron a nivel mundial 130,9 millones de casos nuevos, de los cuales 47 % fueron mujeres (3,4); en Colombia, para el ano 2011, se reportaron 1 313 casos principalmente, en personas de 15 a 49 anos (5) y se relaciona con infecciones y enfermedades del aparato reproductor femenino como salpingitis, linfogranuloma venereo, enfermedad pelvica inflamatoria, infertilidad y cancer de cuello uterino (6,7.).
Morphological study of the removed tissues confirmed diffuse leiomyoma with foci of endometriosis and chronic bilateral salpingitis.
Simultaneous usage of the terms orchis (op%ic) and testis, as well as tuba uterina and salpinx (&a1my%), is valid from the clinical standpoint; corresponding Greek-derived terms are more often used in clinical designations such as orchitis, anorchia, or salpingitis. Furthermore, the term salpinx is the root for the name of another anatomical structure-mesosalpinx, which is listed in the official terminology.
Upon interrogation and physical examination, the patient was initially diagnosed with salpingitis and was subsequently admitted in the hospital for confirmation of diagnosis and proper treatment.
(polyuria, dysuria) may not be present in 70 - 80% of female patients, though some of them develop unspecific mucopurulent cervicitis, salpingitis and vulvovaginitis.
The salpingitis resulting from an increasing infammatory process was found in 0.17% (4/2274) of the animals.
En mujeres causa uretritis, salpingitis, endometriosis y cervicitis, cuyos sintomas iniciales incluyen flujo vaginal intermitente, intermenstrual y/o despues de las relaciones sexuales puede estar acompanado de sangrado.
During investigation, medical records obtained from fertility treatment 2 years earlier at a hospital in another state indicated that the mother had granulomatous salpingitis on histopathology, consistent with genitourinary tuberculosis; delivery and NICU staff members were unaware of the mother's medical history.
Pus collects within the tubes, blocking them either completely or partially, resulting in a condition known as hydro salpingitis. About 5 percent to 10 percent of women are prone to this.